OK, so I just had a post removed by a MOD because it contained a link. The link was for the CNET review for the S10+. It was actually a very positive review, nothing derogatory. Clearly no one on this thread has a tip or fix for this issue. SO, I forwarded this thread to someone at CNET in hopes they are an S10+ expert and can join this thread to help us all out. I really hope they have the solution we all need!
When this first started I tried disabling band 41 only and that didn't help. Went back to all bands in hopes a quick fix was coming but after the last update didn't help I went back and disabled both band 41's and band 25. Now I'm able to have a stable connection - it's not fast, but at least it's reliable. I suggest to everyone to stop driving yourselves crazy like I did & just disable the bands. EVERYTHING in my house is Samsung along with the Gear S3 Frontier and I really like the Galaxy Buds that came with my S10+ and really don't want to look at other options.
Thank you Samsung for allowing me to pay hundreds of dollars for a S10 Plus that worked for about 1.5 weeks.
Thank you Samsung for having me go through the same troubleshooting process and repeating the same thing over and over.
Thank you Samsung for telling me to take my phone to ubreakifix (ubreakicantfix) so they can brick it.
Thank you Samsung for allowing me to send my phone in for repair.
Thank you Samsung for sending me an email about it's unrepaired and I will get it back.
Thank you Samsung for telling me that it was repair and it's being sent back.
Thank you Samsung for telling me that it was unrepaired and I will be getting a replacement.
Thank you Samsung for telling me that my replacement can take up to 14 business days.
Thank you Samsung for allowing me to spend my precious time with you, instead of my family.
To be continued...
Samsung. This is a serious problem. We need you to update us on the situation asap. We payed a lot of money for these devices and for them to not work in such manner is unacceptable. A brand new phone that cannot connect to its network in 2019 is ridiculous. Please stop pushing the blame on the networks. I am currently sending my phone in for warranty repair and I should not have to for a phone that's less than one month old. Now I'm stuck using a budget LG phone for 2 weeks while I send in my brand new pristine condition T-Mobile s10+. I feel cheated out of $1000.
I hear your frustration completely, have you already tried a factory reset to see if it's a bug in how the patch implemented? You might want to see about doing an emergency software recovery through smart switch as well, as that fixed a similar issue on my Note 8 in the past.