Nokia Siemens Networks has landed a contract to upgrade the O2 network covering the south of England, dropping in base stations capable of working across frequencies and technologies. The deal, financial details of which aren't being released, will see Flexi Multiradio Base Stations deployed across the south, allowing O2 to use …
Oh too little, too late
Got fed up with network busy messages a while ago. To the point it was getting difficult to make calls in the city around 5pm.
Especially as you wouldn't even acknowledge it was a mistake.
Vodafone just as culpable
<quote>Got fed up with network busy messages a while ago. To the point it was getting difficult to make calls in the city around 5pm.</quote>
Had EXACTLY the same issues with Vodafone at Fulham Broadway in London. Can't send SMSs. Can't make phone calls. Network busy. FFS.
Any chance of putting some 2G coverage in the North while you're at it? O2 coverage is bobbins near my folks.
NSN press release
I suppose this article is based on the NSN press release. Perhaps you could have added the Ericsson press release too (they are taking the North away from NSN) so you had it all covered.
Too late for me
I left O2 months ago because of their shit network coverage (in central London!). Very happy with Vodafone now, thanks.
My friends on Vodafone can rarely get HSDPA coverage in central London in various buildings. I'm consistently happy with T-Mobile's coverage and my phone falls back onto Orange if ever necessary which seems to be very very rarely and only went in the countryside.
Pity they can't do something about SMS delivery reports....
....while they're at it. I get fed up with typing *0# at the front of every message.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who gets annoyed about that
All the other networks seem to cope with SMS delivery reports. How about it, eh O2?
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