Author Topic: Moblie phone coverage in Ambleside  (Read 486 times)

LissBird

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Moblie phone coverage in Ambleside
« on: 23:48:57, 25/06/20 »
Hey, I'm moving to Ambleside soon and I was wondering if anyone could advise me on mobile signal strength? I'm currently on Three. Thanks :)

richardh1905

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Re: Moblie phone coverage in Ambleside
« Reply #1 on: 07:31:57, 26/06/20 »
Welcome to the forum, LissBird. I live nearby so next time I am driving through I'll see what signal strength I get on Vodafone.  :)


Edit - and good luck with the move.
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Re: Moblie phone coverage in Ambleside
« Reply #2 on: 09:42:29, 26/06/20 »

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Re: Moblie phone coverage in Ambleside
« Reply #3 on: 16:33:45, 26/06/20 »
EE is ok at the top of the town but fades as you get down to Rothay Bridge. It's not too bad at Waterside.
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Re: Moblie phone coverage in Ambleside
« Reply #4 on: 17:52:24, 26/06/20 »
O2 is fine in the middle of Ambleside.  I had problems in the Langdale valley though.  Then again, my phone is donkey's years old now - a more modern phone might have more powerful gubbins to pick signal up.


I am curious though LissBird, what made you choose a walking forum to ask this question?  Welcome anyway  :)

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Re: Moblie phone coverage in Ambleside
« Reply #5 on: 21:02:28, 08/07/20 »
Drove through Ambleside yesterday morning. 3 bars with Vodafone near the main car park on the N side of town, and 3 bars as I was leaving heading south.
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