Koneksi 3 bermasalah?

by Defriando Riza » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 14:11:55 GMT


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 RR,
Apa ada yg alami? sdh sekitar 2-3 hari ini koneksi 3 (three) bermasalah,
awalnya ada sinyal full (Edge) sekarang malah hilang sama sekali, posisi di
cilandak, jaksel.

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Re: Koneksi 3 bermasalah?

by Danang Prakoso » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 15:43:35 GMT


 Wah saya dr 2 minggu yg lalu,posisi di pondok labu..akhirnya beralih ke axis
dulu




RR,
Apa ada yg alami? sdh sekitar 2-3 hari ini koneksi 3 (three) bermasalah,
awalnya ada sinyal full (Edge) sekarang malah hilang sama sekali, posisi di
cilandak, jaksel.

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Re: Koneksi 3 bermasalah?

by Defriando Riza » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 16:32:17 GMT


 wah, kl gitu hnya wil.sputaran cilandak-p.labu aja kali ya??


axis

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Re: Koneksi 3 bermasalah?

by Danang Prakoso » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 16:44:10 GMT


 Iya om,klo udh di kntr daerah salemba langsung ngebut lg tuu koneksi




wah, kl gitu hnya wil.sputaran cilandak-p.labu aja kali ya??






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Re: Koneksi 3 bermasalah?

by Defriando Riza » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 16:48:04 GMT


 weleh2.. tp br seminggu ini ya bro??





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Re: Koneksi 3 bermasalah?

by Danang Prakoso » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 16:55:36 GMT


 Saya sih dr 3 minggu yg lalu bro..awalnya mentok edge,skrg mah boro2 gprs
bisa konek..




weleh2.. tp br seminggu ini ya bro??






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Re: Koneksi 3 bermasalah?

by Aang Ludi » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 23:30:41 GMT


 Depok lancar, Tebet gak stabil, kadang 3G kadang Edge, tapi masih ada
sinyal.

Salam,

Ludi

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Re: Koneksi 3 bermasalah?

by Rachmat Budi » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 23:30:45 GMT


 Di tempat saya timbul tenggelam juga nih om

Salam,

Rachmat Budi
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powered by android-bu...@apa26#1 on froyo 2.2.1


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Re: Koneksi 3 bermasalah?

by Muhammad Nur Ihsan » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 23:32:24 GMT


 Seringnya gak stabil euy di selatan jakarta :-(

Cheers,
@mnurihsan
sent from my desire



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Re: Koneksi 3 bermasalah?

by Meynanto Nugeraha » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 23:36:27 GMT


 Gak ada masalah disini......lokasi gosowong

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