O2 - An Update

Home » Newsroom » O2 - An Update
broadcast, tv, media, satellite

This is a further post to O2 mobile users following our article yesterday

As previously stated, the fault is believed to be rectified, however, O2 have sent the following tests in a email to my son, who has done most of the harassing to get it sorted:

  • O2 users in Tarvin, try some mobile-to-landline and mobile-to-mobile calls and note the outcome. If you experience call quality/dropout issues, could you check if your phone shows as being on 2G or 3G
  • If 3G, switch to 2G only to re-test — If the issues continue, could you test calls with a different O2 number to help rule out issues that individual users may be having (eg, potential SIM/handset issue — this could be confirmed if that user had issues elsewhere too)
  • If you still have problems, let us know editor@tarvinonline.org. It is best to keep continuity in a complaint situation and this would ensure Lyn's son Ross has more information to pursue some sort of satisfactory conclusion if it is still faulty. (Believe me, he's very good at it!)
    Thanks Lyn

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Gypsy Site
Sun 23 Sep 6:00am  |  hits: 511

At the recent Parish Council meeting it was reported that Cheshire West and Chester Council (CW&C) has restarted the work to identify suitable sites for gypsies, travellers and travelling show-people in the Borough. Residents will remember the previous exercise carried out by CWaC which identified possible sites in Tarvin Parish. The Parish Council (PC) is working with a consultant to try to...

20mph sign
Fri 21 Sep 6:00am  |  hits: 428

At the Open Forum of the Parish Council meeting held on 20th August four members of the public spoke about the proposed 20 mph limit for much of Tarvin village. Whilst some favoured the proposal in principle comments were about unsightly signs, apparent inconsistencies (e.g. Hockenhull Lane, Tarporley Road and the Saxon Heath development) and the cost. Parish councillors had...

Police Meeting logo10P5
Wed 19 Sep 6:00am  |  hits: 220

Cheshire's police and crime commissioner is inviting residents in rural areas to meet with him and local officers to have their say on the county's new rural crime strategy prior to its publication. It has been developed in response to the local rural crime survey conducted in Cheshire over the summer and the recent national rural crime survey.The strategy outlines the priorities for...