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  1. Ofcom has created an online tool that lets people see what kind of mobile coverage they should be getting. The coverage map is based on data provided by mobile operators as well as Ofcom's own testing of signal strengths around the UK. The webpage has gathered data about the quality of voice calls as well as 3G and 4G data. The watchdog said it was seeking feedback to fine tune the map to make it more accurate. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-33906048 Mobile Coverage Checker http://www.ofcom.org.uk/mobile-coverage
  2. So my problem is as thus. I own a flat and do not watch TV but my tenant does. Since we had just moved in, I did not have a TV and certainly not a TV license. My tenant however bought a TV and said she would deal with the TV licensing issue and pay for it and I took her word for it. A few days ago, I received a letter from TV licensing stating that it has not been paid and I would need to take action by the 17th of June, if not they would submit my address for investigation. So I asked my flatmate to send me the email confirming that the TV license has indeed been paid. She said she had definitely dealt with it but has not sent the email, with some cockamamie reasons. I contacted TV license and inquired if my address is covered and they said 'We cannot divulge information whether you are covered by TV licensing because of the data protection act'. I was wondering what my next course of action should be?
  3. Hi, About 4 years ago, I had an orange account which to my knowledge has been paid in full and was closed. About a year ago, AG and BC started tagteaming with one another sending me various threatening letter. After about 5 letters asking for the final bill, and after a barney on the phone, I finally got one. The dates fall CLEARLY outside of the contract dates, as I only had a 1 year contract. Can I demand to see the original contract? both AG and BC both say that "they do not have to send it as the bill is enough". orange won't talk to me as they seem to think that the bill has been cleared, but the date of the latest bill is only from a few weeks ago. Can someone advise me as to what I should write and to who? I'm getting a little tired of the two bouncing this issue between themselves and I'm about to put a stop to it. Regards, Adridude
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