Anonymous, 11 Sep 2014You should have probably have checked the coverage in your area before taking the 4G plan to b... morecheck coverege means noth i did that said 4g signal is stronge lol i never get it????????
Well sorry to burst your bubble Vodafone, but make the coverage better first! Orange had HD voice nearly 3 years ago. Old hat this.
If you can't be bothered to do some research before you buy then you pay the ignorance tax.
Different providers tend to have different standards of quality depending on where you are. Every single network will get praised/slated by someone, it's a case of figuring out which is best in your area and going with that.
People who sign up to a £40/month 2 year contract without doing some research in advance need to have a long look at themselves.
Aaron, 11 Sep 2014Vodafone ought to improve their network first of all I'm paying for 4G which I dont get at all... moreYou should have probably have checked the coverage in your area before taking the 4G plan to be honest
Vodafone's coverage is awful. Even in the centre of Bristol, my phone can only get GPRS from VF and not even full signal at that. Every other network provides excellent HSDPA all around Bristol.
Phone conversations are rarely adversely affected by the response range. Noise and interference are the main problems and "HD" wider band response will probably only make this worse
Vodafone ought to improve their network first of all I'm paying for 4G which I dont get at all in my area 3G is also non exsistant bore off!!
Very nice, now I wish vodafone would invest in installing aerials, data connection is awful in parts of Wrexham & voice calls are non existent a few miles out of the town.