The government has today announced that a deal has been struck between the four biggest UK mobile networks; EE, O2, Three and Vodafone, to invest up to £1bn into tackling so-called 'not-spots' which are rural areas which have little to no signal at all.
The three biggest mobile operators are failing to offer their customers a satisfactory level of service, despite often costing more than smaller rivals, according to Which?s annual mobile customer satisfaction survey.
Which? is today calling on O2, Sky, Tesco, Giffgaff and Lycamobile to put customers first and ensure no-one is left out of pocket by the widespread O2 data network outage on Thursday 6 November
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