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Default Is 3 having any issues with their 3G network?

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Tony wrote:
Thought it might be my local mast, but the problem was still there
today when I was 20 miles away.from my local mast in
Sheffield.

Anyone else having any issues?


I've ported a number into 321 only to discover dire indoor coverage from
Three - not far from my local masts. Previously it used to work,


I bet its that the trees are in leaf in that area. Mail me off group if
you want a bit more info on that!...


but it
seems Orange 2G fallback has been turned off.


Wonder if thats to do with the EE merger?..

I thought this happened only
in well-served places (central London etc) but it seems to apply to most of
England now. I had similar problems on the Suffolk coast not far from
Southwold (a popular seaside destination).


Indeed!, sole bay in is well worth a visit..


If you look at Three's map and ignore 'outdoor only' areas, coverage is very
thin now.

But this appears to be a long-term problem rather than anything recent. Is
there a service update page so we can check which masts are having trouble
today?

Theo


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