Ok, last night at 8:00 pm, I know where I was and what I was doing. I was not making any calls on my cell phone, but my cell phone was in my lap at the time. The reason I happen to know all of this for certain is that I was timing myself doing a routine task (I was bored) using the stopwatch feature on my phone. What is very, very odd is that this morning, I missed a phone call – I checked to see who it was and in looking at my recent calls list, there was a call made from my phone at 8:01 pm to #777 – listed as QNC Call. It lasted for 7m14s. How could this be?
If it’s relevant, I have Cricket for my service provider and this would have been a call made while roaming as my house is outside the service area. I reiterate the fact that not only was my phone in use for its stopwatch feature (I was really, really bored!), but in my lap the entire 9 minutes it took me to complete my task. I have never seen this particular call show up on my phone and I am way confused. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks! Now, this is probably it – the internet feature is very close to the stopwatch on my phone’s menu. Strangely enough, though – I do not have internet access while in roaming, so it is odd that the call could have lasted for 7 minutes. I don’t doubt that I might have connected by mistake, but I am surprised that I wouldn’t have ended the call by exiting to the stopwatch. :smack:
QNC stands for “Quick Network Connect” and #777 is the number one dials to access the service, which provides Internet access using your phone like a modem. Many people use it to connect their laptops or PDA to the Internet through their cell phone.