- SMSs. What's with the delays
Is it not something to do with the message’s journey? As there are two parts to the journey, from your phone to phone company then from the phone company to the other handset, it is possible for a delay to occur. I this also accounts for why you are charged even when the message isn’t received.Posted 5 years ago
I could be wrong, but it’s not often.somafunkSubscriber
Nah, All sms now pass through the governments SIGINT deciphering system at Menwith Hill (otherwise known as ECHELON to the conspiracy theorists as a catch-all term), there is such an amount of data flying about these days that the system is often overloaded and backlogs are bound to happen, delays in receiving messages are just one such noticeable problem.
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stay safe folks……Posted 5 years agoir_banditoSubscriber
My wife and I are both on the same netwrok (Orange/EE). Both have poor reception at home but her fancy smartphone has “homeboost”which uses the wifi to increase her signal strenght.
However, I never get delays on my texts, but she often does, up to 24 hours.Posted 5 years ago
Phone memory issues?
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