i recently changed to BT mobile from another supplier. What a mistake I've made, I can't get a signal inside my home. Each time someone calls me my pho doesn't ring but I get a message to say I've missed a call, I've got to go out into the garden to get a signal to ring them back. I'm stuck with this for two years now but I won't be staying with BT Mobile then.
I have a problem with no mobile signal at home. When we checked to see if we had a good signal in this area it showed we have but now I've changed to BT its horrendous. I just get messages to say I've missed a call when my phone hasn't rang and I've got to go out into the garden to make a call. I won't be staying with BT at the end of this contract.
Indoor coverage is usually much worse on mobile networks. The coverage checker will give you some idea of what to expect, but it depends on how your house is constructed, as to whether it will screen the signal.
The coverage checker will give you a rose tinted view of what you might in your wildest dreams expect. The ONLY way to be sure is to get a SIM and try it out. I'd certainly not shell out on a full contract without having tried a SIM in my existing phone first.
Where I live, every network's coverage map shows I have an excellent signal for voice, indoors and out. In reality, only O2 has in the past given me a decent signal. Currently I can get 4G from O2. EE claimed to have updated their network so I am about to find out whether the BT / EE coverage map (VERY GOOD 2G and 3G indoor and out; Moderate 4G outdoor) is true.
good luck - BT prices are good but the service is **bleep** bordering on **edited by Mod**
who are you mving to. giff gaff look good
read my post about rubbish bt customer sevice, even BHS workers are treated better