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Hello... what a difference a year makes... lol...
My plan to use the SureSignal intermittently was fine to start with... whilst the device would get quite hot in operation, my signal was always excellent and restarting the SureSignal was fairly reliable until recently when it failed to restart...
Thus, using my Vodafone at home is only possible on wifi with all the limitations that implies... the Vodafone coverage is very poor and the official online coverage map is way too optimistic...
I need to drive about 1.5 miles from home to get a basic signal...
What are the prospects of Vodafone collaborating with other carries to provide better signal coverage?
Hoping improvements will arrive soon...
I am from India and i have seen country biased against vodafone,i have viable plan in the automation ,retail space with IOTs,i need help with engineering and design,is there someone who could be helpful with project?
I am just a jobless person looking for right design and engineering team to fill the value gap in retail space & probably other markets too. My government is rigged against me and i am looking for the right team and country to launch new services
I am new member in this forum and I have found a great service from Vodafone's team so I am here to share my experience with all members of this forum.
Hi everyone, I hope you are ok.
i am on the wrong side of thirty (as the saying goes), I am classic autistic-non verbal so struggle a lot when it comes to proving to Vodafone and other companies that I am allowing my support staff to talk on my behalf,I have learning disability, epilepsy, a physical disability caused by over restraint at a learning disability hospital,and well, a bunch of other stuff I won’t bore you with.
i am a DSLR photographer and artist within a studio designed for people with LD, and I communicate largely with a AAC app called Proloquo2go, I Do a lot of work on zoom thanks to a second iPad I am loaned by my art studio so I can speak with mine and Use the other iPad for the camera. I’m currently working with a art gallery in London which is many miles from me, hoping to go visit when I am allowed.
I work with a wonderful post masters student helping her understand learning disabled artists problems accessing the mainstream art world for six months, and I also have my own session on zoom once a week on photography,,zoom and the internet in general has become very handy to me.
Myself and my photography/art work has beeen abused on some art communities,so I stay away from anything mainstream as learning disability art isn’t understood very well.
other than that,I am extremely obsessed about animals and Thomas the tank engine, I love watching moving water, like streams or waterfalls, I love my Newest laptop which only has arch linux on (not my install as I couldn’t manage it),I love sensory equipment and sensory rooms, I love helping people. I will add some of the photos I’ve took in lockdown times
I am new member in this forum and I have found here technical tips which is very interesting helpful So I want to share my experience with other members of this forum.
I'm Susie and I've been with Vodafone services for my mobile for 10 years. I've found good and useful answers here before, so it is a place I appreciate for help and guidance if I'm having issues.
I am also suffering from this since last month, I lost my phone and insurance company needs proof of blacklisting from Vodafone, after asking several times Vodafone is sending me the same email over and over again that we cannot provide you blacklisting proof. Instead, they sending me proof of purchase which is not what I want.
Hello everybody! I'm Laurie Edwards. I recently made a choice towards Vodafone. I will read a lot and sometimes ask questions.