Just because you enjoy a strong network signal on your mobile phone doesn’t mean another network provider will have the same coverage. This is why the strength of a mobile signal varies, as it depends on your location and the service provider you choose.
This is why it’s suggested you check any carrier you wish to use on your cell phone.
You won’t just be saving yourself a lot of headache, you’ll saving a lot of time. The time you would have spent calling them, explaining your situation and demanding a solution which never comes or takes almost forever to come would have been utilized in better things. For those of you that have experienced poor network coverage, I bet you would understand the frustration this can cause.
So I going to teach you how you can check your cell phone’s reception either for 2G (calls and Text) or 3G and 4G (mobile broadband). To this we will make use of mobile network coverage checkers(MNCC).
Check your mobile reception in your area via Network MNC Checkers
Mobile Network Coverage Checkers are dedicated online tools that allows you check your cell phones’ reception, mostly through postcode, as you’ll be required to input your postcode. This checkers can check your area’s mobile connection so as to determine whether good reception is available where you live. Majority of this tools are all owned by the network itself.
Although results may vary from checker to checker due to some factors like location, and the time of day, you’ll still see something in common to help you determine the average.
We shall deal with checking 9 network carriers, which are Three, EE, Virgin mobile, Orange, 02, T-Mobile, Asda Mobile, Vodafone, and Tesco Mobile.
Click on each operator link below to check their signal strength in your area/locality.
1. 3 coverage checker
3. Orange coverage checker
4. O2 coverage checker
5. T-Mobile coverage checker
6. Vodafone coverage
8. Tesco Mobile coverage checker
9. Virgin Mobile coverage checker
Locate the suitable checker above, click it and follow the link, then use your postcode to check signal strength of cell phone reception in your area. Many of the above checkers uses map, especially in the UK for easier understanding.