(PRWEB) June 19, 2011
Tired of dropped calls on your iPhone? Well, one frustrated New Jersey business man decided he had enough. Jason Pellegrino says he relies on his iPhone to talk to clients while emailing them information. But after too many dropped calls, he took matters into his owns hands, teaming up with software engineers to create his own application - aptly called DropCall Eliminator.
As has been well documented, AT&T’s 3G network and the iPhone device have a compatibility conflict which causes dropped calls (As reported by Gizmodo, "When people have a hard time getting their calls through on the carrier's 3G network, AT&T tech support tells customers to try making calls on the EDGE network." ).
To eliminate this problem, DropCall Eliminator takes advantage of AT&T’s EDGE network, which does not have this conflict, to route phone calls while maintaining the speed of 3G for user selected applications. In this way, DropCall Eliminator runs seamlessly in the background to successfully put an end to this issue of dropped calls without sacrificing performance.
Dropcall Eliminator is available now exclusively on Cydia for $4.99 -- a small price to pay for avoiding those infuriating moments when you want to snap your iPhone in half when it drops a call at just the wrong moment.
Jason Pellegrino, DropCall Eliminator creator
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