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Faulty batteries inside a Kyocera smart phone have overheated and vented superheated gases four times, causing injuries to one person, according the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The voluntary recall affects Kyocera Wireless model 7135 smart phones sold between September and December, bought either online or in stores belonging to Verizon Wireless, Arkansas-based Alltel or Chicago-based US Cellular. The handsets use batteries manufactured by Coslight International Group of Hong Kong and have a serial number on the underside that ends with "-05".

CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, While his is an extreme case, it's an example of the problems U.S, cell phone and wireline service providers continue to have with the intricate digital pathways that connect their billing centers to the intercarrier clearinghouses that carriers use to swap telephone numbers, Even though they've had two months to work out problems, U.S, cell phone service providers still tell new customers that it'll take three to five days to complete a carrier swap--far zizo bolt iphone xr tough case & screen protector - red / black from the 2.5-hour goal they set before the mandate took effect..

"This is a technical and complicated mandate," said Travis Larson, a spokesman for cell phone industry lobbyist Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association. One of the big problems is in the way subscribers give their personal information to the new provider; it has caused trouble when differing even slightly from the information given to the previous provider, such as spelling out the word "Street" in a home address instead of abbreviating it, according to David Furth, FCC associate wireless bureau chief. "When that happens, it defaults to a manual process, and that can cause it to take several days," Furth said.

Carriers have tried to resolve the problem by instructing their systems to overlook such differences, and the "Street" vs, "St." problem is one of about a dozen zizo bolt iphone xr tough case & screen protector - red / black that has been eliminated from the process in the past few weeks, according to Sprint PCS spokeswoman Jennie Walsh, Wireline and cell phone carriers are having a similar difficulty with "mismatched" information, when their computer systems try to interact, but it is entirely of their own doing, according to Michael O'Brien, a spokesman for TSI Telecommunication Services, an intercarrier clearinghouse operator most of the nation's cell phone service providers use..

For instance, cell phone service providers have developed an automated protocol to deal with missing deadlines. More egregious cases are taken up by an in-house resolution process. But usually, a new date is negotiated between two wireless carriers by trading electronic messages. However, wireline carriers do not have a resolution process, and O'Brien said it appears that they don't have negotiations, either. "If they get a message from a carrier saying it can't make the deadline, they just confirm the order, change the date to one they make up and send it back," O'Brien said. "It's an industry issue that everyone's now dealing with.".

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