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I just upgraded from a Thunderbolt to the Razr Maxx HD.
With the Thunderbolt, I never had any reception problems, but with the Razr, in my office, I only have one bar, and I miss a lot of calls. There have been several times my wife has called, but it never rang my phone; texts seem to come through, so she's had to resort to texting me.
I've tried a new sim card; that didn't help. Data seems to be fine - it's just cell reception that seems to be poorer than with the TB.
Is this a common issue with the Razr phones?
Wow, seems that the Maxx HD isn't the only thing giving me poor reception!
I withdraw the original question, as I switched to a Note II.
You asked if poor reception was a common issue with the Razr phones, the silence probably means that it is not a problem. I can tell you I get excellent reception on my Razr Maxx HD, even in the center of our old brick building where most of my co-workers get only marginal reception.
Good luck with your new Note II.
Well it's good you noticed this Quickly, made the adjustment.. Hope the Note II gives you good years of service as your Thunderbolt did b33