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What does it mean when your iPhone says last line no longer available?

When an iPhone shows the message “Last line no longer available,” it means that either the user’s phone number or their account has been disconnected by their mobile service provider. This could be due to the account holder ending their contract with the provider, the account has been cancelled, or the phone number is no longer in service.

This message appears when someone tries to access their account or make a call using the number.

What does last line no longer available mean on iPhone 13?

The Last Line No Longer Available message on iPhone 13 means that the device is no longer able to send or receive calls due to a wireless service interruption. It can be caused by an issue with the cellular network or could be a result of an incompatibility with the carrier.

In either case, it is not possible to make or receive calls with the iPhone 13 until the issue has been resolved. It is possible to still use the device for other functions such as accessing the internet, messaging, and using applications.

To troubleshoot the issue, it is helpful to restart the device, check for a carrier service outage, contact the wireless carrier for help, or consult a local Apple Store for technical support.

Why can’t I call one of my Contacts iPhone?

You can’t call one of your Contacts’ iPhone because it requires a telephone number or voice-over-IP (VoIP) address to make a call. Your Contacts list only stores names and other information about your contacts, not a telephone number or VoIP address.

To call someone on their iPhone, you need to enter their telephone number or VoIP address manually into your phone’s dialer. Even if you have the phone number in your Contacts list, you still need to enter it into the dialer to make the call.

Why I Cannot call a number?

It could be that the line is busy, the number is out of service or has been disconnected, the call is being blocked by a third party, or the area does not have service. The number may also be invalid, meaning that I typed it in incorrectly.

Additionally, my carrier may be experiencing an outage or I may have exceeded my allotted minutes for the month. It is also possible that my phone’s signal is low, or the phone has died, in which case I would need to charge it or get a new battery.

Should Wi-Fi Calling be on or off?

Whether you should turn Wi-Fi Calling on or off really depends on your individual needs. With Wi-Fi Calling enabled, you can use a Wi-Fi connection to make and receive calls and text messages which is useful if you have limited coverage from your cellular provider in your home.

However, if you have adequate cell phone coverage at all times, it is usually best to keep Wi-Fi Calling turned off as it can cause interference with your cellular connection. In addition, with Wi-Fi Calling enabled, your data usage may go up as your device will be using your internet connection to make calls, meaning you may need a plan with more data if you are using Wi-Fi Calling often.

Ultimately, it is up to you as an individual to decide whether Wi-Fi Calling should be turned on or not.

How do I turn off automatic network selection?

To turn off automatic network selection, it depends on the type of device you are using.

If you are using a Windows computer, you can go to the Network and Sharing Center in the Control Panel. Select ‘Manage Wireless Networks’ and then select the wireless network you wish to disable automatic selection for.

Once you’ve deselected the ‘Connect Automatically when this network is in range’ option, click ‘OK’ and automatic network selection will be disabled.

If you are using a Mac, you can open the Network preferences, select the Wi-Fi tab, and then select the wireless network you wish to disable automatic selection for. Deselect the ‘Ask to join new networks’ option and then click ‘OK’.

Automatic network selection will then be turned off.

If you are using a mobile device, you can usually find the option to disable automatic network selection in the WiFi menu, typically in the Settings tab. Once selected, you can find the ‘Auto Network Switch’ option and disable it.

These are the general steps you can follow to disable automatic network selection on different devices, though the steps may vary based on the device and the type of operating system you are using.

What will happen if I reset network settings?

If you reset network settings, it will completely reset all your current network settings, including all networks you’ve connected to before and any customized DNS or proxy settings. This means that you’ll have to re-enter any wireless passwords, configure any static IPs, configure any port forwarding or static routing, and anything else you’ve done based on custom network configurations.

Additionally, resetting network settings will also delete any VPN or hotspot configurations you’ve previously saved. If you regularly connect to a VPN or use a cellular hotspot, you’ll need to reconfigure those when you’ve reset the network settings.

Finally, resetting the network settings will also clear any temporary iPhone memory for accessing websites, which could cause it to access web pages more slowly at first, though this noticeably faster after a few webpages.

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