on 02-01-2020 12:46
Hi @Anonymous - I'll gladly get some speeds for 4G for you, but no 5G in this part of the UK yet except for a city and a suburb about 110miles away: https://www.o2.co.uk/5G
What tool/app do you prefer for collecting the info - there are many available (I use 2 or 3 different apps - O2 My Network app, Opensignal app, and a 3rd app which I can't remember the name of, for comparison)?
on 02-01-2020 14:05
I'll echo the other parts - any app/site preferred and looking for any locations?
on 02-01-2020 15:40
No 5G where I am in Bucks at the mo and no 5G kit at the moment.
My local mast also has a fault showing so I'll run some tests from the carpark when I'm back at work on Monday as there's also less trees and buildings around which do weaken (attenuate) or block the signal.
Are you having some problems or are you looking at joining?
Nokia 5 on giffgaff, Core i7 9700F PC with Win 10 Pro. Apple Mac Mini late 2014 with Core i5 running 10.15
Home Internet Connection: Zen Internet Fibre To The Premises Full Fibre 2 76 Mbps Down/18 Mbps up (upgraded for homeworking),
I don't work for O2 but have an interest in networks (including mobile) and IT (which is how I earn my living)
on 02-01-2020 18:58
Trying it out at the moment but FAR from impressed.
Tried a SIM swap so cant be an issue with the SIM, have tried in 4 phones so cant be the phone.
Today I had full 4G+ signal and max I got was 1.5Mbps!
Reported over the years but according to O2 there is no fault
on 02-01-2020 19:00
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone 8+ (EE)
on 02-01-2020 21:09
You'll find 3g faster in congested areas.
I can attest to that. Lunchtime charts from where I work:
4g OK on a good day:
4G yuck below:
3G a few mins later:
on 03-01-2020 07:34
On 4G / 4G+ and got 19.3 & 20.3 down and 5.3 & 8.3 up.
Will try again at lunch time to see what I get.
on 03-01-2020 23:16