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Is this intentional behavior? Anyone else seeing this sort of thing?
I'm currently on the west coast but have an east coast phone number. If I receive a text message from a friend on the west coast while on airplane mode, and then turn off airplane mode, the text gets accepted with an east coast timestamp. It's not a problem, but I was curious as to how the timestamps are being registered. It suggests they may be stored by Verizon as if they originated from MY area code, even if they haven't.
Just something I noticed! I'm on an Android phone, so it may be particular to my ROM, but thought it was interesting nonetheless.
We need to get to the bottom of this, beowulfey! When this occurs are you arriving on the West Coast? Does this only occur when you're coming out of airplane mode? Please provide me with a few details.
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