Sometimes when your iPhone experiences issues related to your cellular network (no or poor service, calls going straight to voicemail), the problem is stemming from the cellular network, not the iPhone itself.

Below are the support numbers of major wireless carriers to contact if you're experiencing problems.

How Do I Contact My Wireless Carrier?

  1. Verizon: 1-(800)-922-0204
  2. Sprint: 1-(888)-211-4727
  3. AT&T: 1-(800)-331-0500
  4. T-Mobile: 1-(877)-746-0909

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antonette
antonette
1 month ago

how to contact network carrier? it is regarding with my cellphone lost. and they ask me to call the network carrier. what # or any contact to connect them.

Bilel
Bilel
2 months ago

How do I contact my carrier yet am in locked region with no service to make calls

Youngzares@aol.com
10 months ago

Why can I only see the last 9 calls I made when normally I can see a good month’s worth.

Alexa Bernstein
Alexa Bernstein
10 months ago

I can’t use my LTE and I can’t call anybody I need help.

Hana
Hana
8 months ago

Omg same. Did you get it sorted out? If yes, then pls help me. Thanks.

Jim
Jim
11 months ago

How can I reset my carrier?

Elizabeth Evans
Elizabeth Evans
1 year ago

I need to retrieve my texts accidentally deleted!

Colin Boyd
Editor
1 year ago

Hi Elizabeth, do you have a recent backup of your iPhone stored anywhere? If you restore from a backup that you saved before the messages got deleted, you might be able to access them again!

I hope this helps!

Client
Client
1 year ago

Why did my iPhone 7 A1660 became to unable to activate after I restored to the factory defaults?

Colin Boyd
Editor
1 year ago
Reply to  Client

Hi Client! Has your iPhone been dropped or exposed to water recently? Sometimes, when an iPhone retains physical damage before a DFU restore, the restore can fail and cause permanent damage. Here’s a link to an article we wrote about how to perform a safe DFU restore with more details: https://www.payetteforward.com/how-to-put-iphone-dfu-mode/

I hope this helps, best of luck getting this sorted out!

Brenda Moore
Brenda Moore
1 year ago

Why do I have this on my Android phone? Is my Android being hacked?

Colin Boyd
Editor
1 year ago
Reply to  Brenda Moore

Hi Brenda, could you please provide more details about what’s popping up on your Android?