What mobile phone do you have?


#922

What are they bringing to the table


#923

You’d want your head examined not to be on Vodafone


#924

Phone coverage


#925

:grin: they have the best coverage in fairness, data speeds is like night and day compared to any other network. I had to move from Vodafone to Three recently and I’m not liking it. Don’t have a choice unfortunately.


#926

What speed would you get off vodafone 4g?


#927

A million


#928

FFS - lads needing business phones solely to access TFK and whinging about speeds :grinning:


#929

The speeds in Drom are grand :grimacing:


#930

My contract with 3 ran out a few months ago, no discernible difference to my bill now and what I was paying under my supposedly special deal. Has anyone changed network recently? Any good options out there??


#931

I got 27 mbs with 3 in cork city
You must be sittinh under the mast are you


#932

Usually 40-50 Meg out in the sticks. I don’t have enough to download the speedtest app with three


#933

I got 37mbs in the sticks with 3 on 9th of august per the speed test history. Usually mid 20s


#934

Jesus Christ. That’s not even Africa standard. How do you Muldoons manage? Why can’t you get a proper infrastructure


#935

http://www.wired.co.uk/article/4g-uk-speeds

Is Stoke on Trent in Africa?

But I suppose Peru and Estonia are leading the way with 4G infrastructure.


#936

Clamping of the year award sown up


#937

:joy:


#938

I’m after buying a new phone, still with three and it’s a diffent ball game altogether. Satisfactory download speeds at home now and mobile reception fine everywhere. These mobiles last no length nowadays


#939

It’s like they start acting up when the latest model is close to being released!


#940

And that’s fierce bad news for me cos I only buy phones that have been out at least a year. Same with cars


#941

I’ve decided to stick with my four year old iPhone for another while. It’s still working Away grand.