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@Hawkeye37 The only other thing we'd be able to do is raise your query with our Network engineers.
So we can do this, I've sent you a private message with details on how to get in touch.
Please be aware that if you're signal has been this way since February 2017, your issue doesn't look to be a fault and would point towards the general coverage in your area.
Ok so all the adverts about the best cover is a load a rubbish so u are telling that in a big town like st Helens there is a patch of bad coverage and your telling me nothing u can do about it so cancel my contract then I can go back to bt and get a signal at work can we sort this out
@Hawkeye37 There's low coverage areas in different locations of the UK and there can be a number of reasons for this such as environmental factors, building types etc. We’re always updating and improving our network to make your signal stronger and your data speeds faster. We currently spend over £2.5 million per day on our network.
As I mentioned, we can raise your query with our Network engineers and they'll be able to look into your query further.
I've just replied to your recent email, please get back to me as soon as possible so we're able to proceed 🙂
@Hawkeye37 Our Engineers have provided us with an update on your case reference INC3190357.
They've completed their investigations, and found that there are no faults or issues at WA9 3JL.
As you're on the verge of coverage at this area, they've advised that Wi-Fi Calling would be the best option.
What issues are you experiencing when using Wi-Fi Calling? If calls are of a poor quality or drop, this may be due to a number of factors such as:
- The download and upload speed of the Wi-Fi is lower than 1Mbps.
- A VPN is being used, which we're unable to support Wi-Fi Calling over.
- There may be a bandwidth issue with the Wi-Fi Connection that you're using, which we'd normally recommend rebooting the router, removing devices to reduce load, or contacting the Internet Service Provider (ISP).
so what ur saying that after u spending 2.5 million a day that I have to used some one else internet to get a call now bearing in mind that I can't use the Wi-Fi at work now so no calls for me so where do I go from here 44 pound a month and can't use the network so cancel my contract asap and I can get on ee which I know work because someone has it at work
Can I ask is that it nothing ur going to do if so can it give me the number for the complaint side or outside complaint number because I have had enough being passed around
Apologies for the delay in reaching your post @Hawkeye37.
I'm sorry to see that you're unable to access Wi-Fi Calling when at work, and that you'd now like to leave us.
You can find more information on our leaving process here.
If we can help with any of the issues you're experiencing with Wi-Fi Calling, we'd recommend following the steps provided in my previous post.
Should you need anything else in the future, please don't hesitate to let us know.
@Hawkeye37 The results of our investigation found there are no faults in your area and the issues you've raised are due to general coverage.
If you did wish to cancel your contract because of the coverage at your work address, then you'd need to pay an early termination fee if you're still in commitment.
Please keep an eye on our checker, as this will update with any other future upgrades, which may help to improve your service.