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My Network app suggestion: add supported frequencies for masts

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It would be handy to be able to tap on a mast symbol and see what frequencies it currently supports.

 

 

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dgilbert2
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If you mean 2G / 3G / 4G etc? I would also find that really helpful.

 

We have a mast near work, you could shout at it, its that close, but no 4G. So it would be good from this idea to find out from the Network app grin

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or what mast you are using wink
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By frequencies I think you mean maybe 1800MHz or 2300MHz etc and yes that would be good to have.

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Spot on @jonsie

 

 

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dgilbert2
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That might be too technical quoting MHz for the average user, but fully support the concept here thumbsup

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would be good if your my network told us that the masts are congested wink
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@paddyguy wrote:
would be good if your my network told us that the masts are congested wink

Guess they wouldn't know to be honest unless their systems can pinpoint the usage of an individual mast. Doubtful.

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