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    How do you say?

    Dear experts.

    When you are at the area where your cellphone is not working, I believe some people might say something like -- "There's no service." or "No reception" or etc.
    Can you please share with me your usual expression or 'I'd-say' kind of expression(s) in such situation.

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: How do you say?

    Quote Originally Posted by jibou View Post
    Dear experts.

    When you are at the area where your cellphone is not working, I believe some people might say something like -- "There's no service." or "No reception" or etc.
    Can you please share with me your usual expression or 'I'd-say' kind of expression(s) in such situation.

    Thank you in advance.
    Hi, jibou!

    You are correct: "There's no service." "There's no reception" In essence, "There is no signal." The person you are speaking to will understand the meaning of all three sentences.

    Cheers,
    Amigo

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