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7 posts • joined 25 Nov 2010
Hi Peter 88,
I'd like to take a look why you got the results from the coverage checker that you did.
I'm guessing that you checked 'SP4 0HF' and this is the place that you're talking about in terms of the coverage issues?
I need to know what kind of device you're using. Is it an iPhone? BlackBerry? etc
If you could drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with this information, I can take a look into this for you.
I'd like to take a look at why the coverage checker gave you the results it did.
For me to do that, I need to know the post code that you checked and what kind of device you're using.
If you could send that to me (email@example.com) I can take a look for you.
I'd like to take a look at why you got the results that you did from the checker.
For me to do that, I need to know the post code of your home and what kind of device you've got.
If you could send that to firstname.lastname@example.org we can start to take a look into this for you.
Hi Chris 3,
Thanks for your comments and feedback. I'll make sure it's passed on.
When you look at the coverage page, just before going into the checker, you can go to the 'Our Live Network' page (http://www.o2.co.uk/livestatus). That page will tell users about any localised network issues after being provided with a post code.
Hi Richard C,
Thanks for your comments, I'd like to take a look at why the checker gave the result it did.
By posting the post code, that's helped begin that process. Could you let me know what kind of devices you and the others with you were using? Nokia devices, BlackBerries?
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