Here’s why your cell phone number is temporarily out of service and what it means: When a cell number is temporarily out of service, it means that the cell phone attached to the number is unable to connect to the carrier network. This can be from any unintended error, hardware or software, that disrupts communication. … Read more
Here’s what it means when you call someone and it says the number is unavailable or the person you are trying to reach is unavailable: When you get this message it indicates that you dialed a number that’s in-service but the carrier cannot currently connect to it. Likely this is because the phone has no … Read more
This message is created by your caller ID and not the phone carrier per see. It means that the number used to call you is outside of recognized regions according to your caller ID. In reality, it mostly means that the number doesn’t match any records on the caller ID database, so it could be coming from anywhere.
If you are ever given a message that your call has been rejected, it means that either the person you called or the phone carrier refused to allow the call to connect directly. Most of the time, you get no such message. Instead, rejected calls are when someone chooses to block a call or a phone number altogether.
A call ends without ringing because your phone fails to connect directly to the phone you called. This can be from a problem with your phone, the carrier network, or the phone you are calling. The easiest way to see which is the source of the problem is to try calling from a different phone and to another phone.
It means that the carrier does not have enough information from the person you are calling to correctly record and deliver voicemails. Because of that, you will not be able to record a message for that person. The only way to resolve this is for the person you are contacting to set up their voicemail mailbox.
There are several reasons why you get a ring once or twice and then it hangs up when calling a number. From call rejection to damaged lines, to a phone line not connected to a phone, or the number you called has no voicemail set up or is only for incoming calls. Or, perhaps the person you called just hung up on you.
Here’s what it means when you call a number and it repeatedly beeps: Ever made a call and all you heard was beep after beep? It’s weird, right? That could mean a lot of different things, some simple and some not so much. Want to know what’s going on and how to deal with it? … Read more