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Old 19th March 2019, 11:19 AM
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Originally Posted by NickZ View Post
That's a function of the frequency used.
Wasn't much better out in the street in fact. I think I was on the other side of the hill from the Vodafone tower.

In any case, my advice to anyone looking to get a mobile service at an address they will use frequently is to find people who subscribe to different providers and ask them round to your place. Then check the signal on their phones. There are free apps which give you detailed information about the frequency used, signal strength, latency etc, but just looking at the signal strength indicator on the phone would be a reasonable guide.
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