The “E” signal on your phone typically indicates that you are connected to a 2G or 3G network, which may be slower than a 4G or 5G network. However, if you are in an area with poor 4G or 5G coverage, your phone may automatically switch to a 2G or 3G network to ensure that you can still make calls and access the internet, although at a slower speed.
If you want to get rid of the “E” signal and switch to a faster network, you can try the following:
Move to an area with better 4G or 5G coverage: In some cases, the “E” signal may be due to poor network coverage. Moving to an area with better 4G or 5G coverage may help you get a faster network connection.
Restart your phone: Sometimes, restarting your phone can help it connect to a faster network. Try turning your phone off and then back on again to see if it connects to a 4G or 5G network.
Check your network settings: Make sure that your phone is set to prioritize 4G or 5G connections over 2G or 3G connections. You can usually find this option in the network settings of your phone. If your phone is set to prioritize 2G or 3G connections, it may not connect to a faster network even if one is available.
Contact your mobile service provider: If you are still experiencing slow network speeds or the “E” signal persists, you may need to contact your mobile service provider for assistance. They can help you troubleshoot the issue and ensure that your account is set up to access faster networks.