Digital broadcasters Microsoft has been informed about the mishap with regards to their latest Windows Phone 7 software which has been sending and receiving phantom data for which customers are being erroneously charged by their respective network providers. This nonetheless, is now being investigated by Microsoft as per their reports.
The error is however, pulling as much as 50 MB worth of data and sending the same over various 3G networks which variably is becoming a cause of concern for the customers using Windows Phone 7. Reasoning suggests that because a lot of the customers have a fixed allocated monthly data allowance plan in place; this blemish is causing them to exceed their allowance and thereby incorrectly reflect phone charges in their bills.
And to provide some information from the Digital broadcasters themselves, a spokesman from Microsoft said, We are investigating this issue to determine the root cause and will update with information and guidance as it becomes available.
And in the light of all this unwanted technological drawbacks from Microsoft, the people who have been hit by this issue have voiced their opinions and tribulations on a number of web forums. An example of this can be viewed at Paul Thurrotts supersite for Windows afflicting, I received an e-mail from AT&T saying that I was close to my 2GB data limit which truly shocked me as I feel I do not use data that much.
To add to the fury, another fellow windows phone 7 user; this time a US based counterpart also ascribed that their phone was making use of the data services at night when in actuality, they were not using the phone to send or receive emails at all.
The Windows Phone 7 operating system was just recently unveiled in October of 2010. Conversely, the operating system has yet to be considered a threat to its rivals falling under the likes of Apple, Google and Blackberry, all of which have sped ahead in terms of smartphone software development.
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