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  1. The Issue One of the neighbouring offices at my place of work has recently added an EE signal booster box to their office, which effectively acts as a 3G mast which then routes all calls though their internet connection. You can't opt in or opt out to this like on Vodafone or other networks, if someone has one on EE, your EE phone will simply use that connection when in range. I used to get a moderate 4G signal in my office without any call quality issues, but now my phone has a full 3G signal instead. Their internet connection is terrible and my mobile internet often cuts off and ca
  2. Hey guys, I am with Vodafone and have been for a while, I have 3 contracts in my name at the moment with them and my partner has one. since my first contract, I have always gotten very poor signal in my house and the same with my partner. I keep ringing and ringing to try and get it sorted, ideally I want a signal box but I DON'T want to pay for it, I am paying them £37 a month x3 for contracts that I can't use the majority of the time. They keep taking me though "test," and they have never got me anywhere. They fob me off with the whole "there are works goin
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