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Official way to check Mobile Coverage of your new home.

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We all know that moving house is a hassle for any number of reasons, but, one the worst is that up until now it’s been almost impossible to check what mobile network coverage is like in the area until it’s too late.

Luckily, Ofcom, the UK’s official regulator for the communications industry has revealed it’s very own mobile coverage checker, allowing you to find out what coverage in the area is like before you move.

The tool allows you to refine your searches too so that you can compare indoor and outdoor coverage, find out what network has the best coverage, if 4G is available in the area among the list of features.

However, this tool is only a guideline and can’t guarantee you to have strong coverage, signal may be affected by thick walls etc.

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