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These were removed one by one with PRL updates as Verizon built out their coverage.
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the problem now, is that when you do *228 and update your PRL, your phone resets.
it never used to do that with the older phones Unless I am mistaken, *22899 actually activates/programs your phone (part of this process is pulling the most current PRL).
Would this code also work with other phones on Verizon? you really won't notice much of a difference with the *228 unless you are on the fringes of VZW's expansion locations, where they are adding new towers and new coverage, or making new roaming agreements, etc oh ok, thanks for that info. hmm, i can't even remember when the last time i used that was.
i think Verizon should do it automatically, like GSM carriers..you leave anything up to the customer, it never gets done b/c most customers don't really know much about cell phones I make sure that at least every 2 weeks it's done on my family phones and also the Exec's at the office that use VZW.
It seems to be their band-aid and a kiss solution to get you to leave them alone......