on 20-03-2012 11:01
Solved! Go to Solution.
on 20-03-2012 11:07
Same with their calls over wifi effort 6 months now
Mobile since 1993
on 20-03-2012 11:50 - last edited on 16-06-2012 12:49 by Admin
It works at the moment for calls only not texts.
http://o2labs.co.uk/products/o2-connect.html to request to be on the trial
iPad Air 2 wifi-4g 64gb refresh
My first mobile was in 1995 a CM-R111 from sony on Cellnet.
Henstridge Rural South Somerset (still 2g only and it is 2016)
on 20-03-2012 11:54
Mobile since 1993
on 20-03-2012 12:12
on 20-03-2012 21:10
on 20-03-2012 21:24
If its a choice between paying £50 for a femtocell or no signal, I'd pay the £50. However I would prefer to have the app that lets me make calls via any wifi connection. Two reason. 1. Its works with any wifi connect, both at home and overseas. 2. Its not another box sitting on the floor in the living room.
on 20-03-2012 22:46
I refused to pay £50 for a surebox which also uses your internet bandwidth to boost your service. Essentially it gets used as some sort of antenna which uses your internet bandwidth, isn't that what you pay for your mobile for?
I am on Vodafone at the moment and in all fairness to them, I used this argument and they gave me the box for free, and they have even recently updated it to a newer version for nothing. But I am waiting for O2 to get whichever system they plump for on stream, and seeing as I use them for home phone and broadband, it makes sense to move the mobile over as well.
Incidentally, the Sure Signal tends to work well for periods of some weeks, and then it decides to become flakey and erratic for a few days until Vodafone sort it out with some black magic. Also, it is not a free for all cell site as some people think, you have to register up to four phones in order to use it. So all your neighbours on Vodafone are not able download music & films onto their phones using your internet connection.