Old people get the "Mister Wizard" reference - anyway I have a cheap Samsung flip phone (don't hate!) and it's been working great up until a couple of days ago. I'll charge it up, and the power drains incredibly fast, despite not using it any more than usual. So that would make me think that the battery won't hold a charge as well as it should. But wait, there's more! Without changing my location (phone is sitting on my desk or whatever) a message pops up "out of service area" or something like that. Then in a minute or so it says "entering service area". Again, I'm not in my car driving through tunnels, or in the mountains, or whatever. The phone is in one location. And of course while the phone is "out of service area" I can't make or receive calls. Could it be that I accidentally enabled some feature I don't use and I don't realize it, and that's what is draining my battery so quickly and doing the "out of service" dance at random times? Yes I tried the old trick of pulling out my battery then reinstalling it and powering it back up - still the problem remains. Any thoughts?