I never realised that poor mobile coverage could be such a big bugbear of mine until I recently moved to a new house and my phone signal dropped so much that I could only get calls outside!
Thankfully because of 2 Circles' network guarantee, I was easily able to look at what other networks were available in my area and change over quickly.
In this article Ofcom have officially confirmed that O2 have delivered against their commitment to providing 98% indoor 4G coverage and 90% geographical landmass mass coverage across the UK.
EE is aiming to have 4G network coverage at 95% of the UK by 2020.
As it says in this article, EE has upgraded 4000 existing sites and built 105 brand new sites. Many of these sites are in areas that previously had no coverage, for example remote locations across Scotland, including Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands, CairnGorm Mountain, and the Isle of Skye, as well as West Dumfries and Galloway.
Vodafone have brought more coverage to nearly 100 rural communities through their Open Sure Signal programme. This means more communities, national parks and trusts can get better coverage without big masts on their land, the Open Sure Signal being a smaller and more discreet option for them.
With all these network improvements, plus the option to bill the major networks all on a single invoice with a single point of contact taking care of you, contact 2 Circles today on 03456 200 200 or email@example.com to see how we can help your mobile fleet to run seamlessly.
Mobile operator EE has announced that they’ve “filled in” 12,000 square kilometres of mobile not-spots in the last 12 months, which forms part of their aim to extend geographic (landmass) 4G network coverage to 95% of the UK by the end of December 2020 (currently 90%).