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Old 19th March 2019, 05:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Troz View Post
. The signal used to drop out in the inner rooms of a stone building!.

That's a function of the frequency used. The lower bands 800/900 do better with obstacles. But the higher ones 2600 travel further. That means in cities the companies try and use the lower ones but in rural areas the higher ones.

Vodafone and TIM bought more frequencies. The other two (Now one) having less money didn't.
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