Static fixed IP address

Hello, I am having security concerns with my phone...I use atnt cell towers....I'm under the impression that cell phone companies use dynamic ip addresses....mine is showing up as static or fixed, and I am in New Jersey however all my logins have shown up as Memphis Tennessee. I thought it might be an issue with my device but I have another phone line with my line of service and the same issue...I search my IP address and it shows as Memphis Tennessee and a static ip address...another issue is my device does not allow me to update, which I read is another sign of my device being hacked, and when I went to update my second device, it constantly kept kicking me off of wifi when doing the update, when my internet service is generally stable...any advice would be helpful....thank you

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The usual next step.

Is to factory reset the phone. As to apps and data, you backup what you can't lose now. Just like you did with your PC.

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Thank you

Already have done this.. it is a problem with my network provider, except they wont allow me to speak to someone in IT...when im driving it goes to local towers...whenever I am somewhere where I stay a long time like home or work it says memphis

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Sad they have poor support.

But many carriers aggregate data on their cellular network and then it pops up on the Internet at their demarcation point.

There could be nothing wrong here. As in, this is how things work.

We saw this aggregation when we designed a GPS tracking years ago.

-> Bottom line. I see nothing wrong here. Except the lack of support.

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