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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Communications complaints aired by chamber

* The quality of the local Vodafone signal has
been questioned. 

A discussion on local communications developed amongst members at Monday night’s meeting of Llangollen Chamber of Trade and Tourism.
Simon Collinge started things off by criticising the quality of the Vodafone mobile signal in town and asked if the chamber could take up the matter with the company.
As the discussion turned to Llangollen’s broadband provision, chair John Palmer said he had been told by a telecoms expert that unless a “massive” amount of money was spent on upgrading it immediately, the town would not be getting an improved connection until 2014 or 2015.
Ian Parry suggested that if anyone was unhappy with their broadband service they could call for a better one by adding their name to the BT Infinity website.
“The more people who do this, the better the chance is of something being done, “ he explained.
The chamber agreed that it would contact Vodafone to seeking improvements to its mobile signal to the area. 

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