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Allow roaming in the uk where there is no o2 signal

By: oxen | 28-01-2019 22:06

I live in a town with a patchy O2 signal but where there is no O2 signal there is often EE / Vodaphone reception.

Could we have an option to allow roaming in the UK where there is no O2 signal.

If there are extra charges then this would have to be an opt-in extra

Comments

by: lenolondon
on: 10-05-2019 12:07

Simple answer to this is, get a double SIM phone or a converter board, and get an account with www.1pmobile.co.uk which is a company on the EE network, and when the O2 signal is not there use the 1p Mobile SIM.

tell friends that if your phone is unavailable when calling, then call the !p mobile number

by: nickyheywood
on: 09-05-2019 14:57

not goin happen

by: moder19
on: 25-03-2019 20:26

It is not going to happen.

by: helen_starkey
on: 16-03-2019 17:09

i wouldnt want this

by: drkarter
on: 12-03-2019 20:16

I would prefer to work on improving our signal.

by: mbthapa25
on: 11-03-2019 17:15

o2 and vodafone already have a network sharing agreement in place..

some places will be dead spots in terms of coverage for any network, regardless.. it's just geography

by: eluminea
on: 10-03-2019 17:29

Can it even be done?

by: davek89
on: 24-02-2019 14:24

I'm not sure how feasible this is from a technical standpoint, but it makes no business sense!

At the moment, Giffgaff pay O2 for access to their network infrastructure. If Giffgaff were to also pay EE for access to their infrastructure, then O2 are likely to put their prices up as they don't want giffgaff to have a competitive advantage. Giffgaff would then have to put their prices up, probably becoming one of the most expensive mobile networks. Given that Giffgaff's business model is built on price competition, it's likely that they'll lose lots of customers in the process.

by: lenolondon
on: 10-05-2019 12:09

GiffGaff don't pay O2 to use the network ..... they are O2 GiffGaff is a trading name of O2 and or Telephonica . . . all the same firm

by: tids
on: 24-02-2019 09:20

Just can not see this working sorry

by: frommoon
on: 21-03-2019 20:25

Neither do I. Sorry.

by: emmalouisep93
on: 22-02-2019 21:37

No sorry