O2 Faulty Transmitter leads to poor service

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You may not be aware but a number of Tarvin residents have been experiencing call problems on their mobile with O2.

Mine started several weeks ago and people kept saying my mobile had a fault — until my son and a few others also had a similar problem. We pursued the matter with O2 and when they became aware (via TarvinCommunity Centre Facebook page) that residents were not happy, they agreed there was a fault and have now rectified it.

If you have experienced the lack of ability to either receive or make calls on your O2 mobile from the Tarvin area it was due to a faulty transmitter in the Littleton area and people kept losing their 3G service. Due to diligent, constant contact with O2 by a few people, O2 now assure us the fault has been rectified. I would suggest re-booting your mobile, only because after faults have occurred, this can re-set everything correctly.

This was a prime example of how social media can be used positively to everyone's benefit!

Ed: " Thank you Lyn Brunton — Tarvin Community Centre committee member"

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