WARNING - Withdrawal of orange 2g fall-back


  1. master_yoda

    master_yoda Well-Known Member


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  2. muppetdroid

    muppetdroid Member

    My 3G reception is ropey at best, but as my phone rarely roams to 2G anyway even in poor reception areas I don't think I will notice much difference.
  3. decobydesign

    decobydesign Member

    Don't see this as a deal-breaker. 3's coverage is much better than it used to be. I travel Scotland extensively - including some pretty small villages - and rarely need to fall back on 2G.

    I can see it being a problem more in large cities where the 2G signal is better than 3G at penetrating deep into large buildings.
  4. tiring_day

    tiring_day Well-Known Member

    They have turned 2g off in my area and now barely get a signal at all in the house. I am waiting for them to get back to me and if there is nothing they can do I will be cancelling my contract as no good at all.

    Steve
  5. pf4awg

    pf4awg Member

    I actually get beter 3g than 2g where I live but I could see how cutting off 2g would be detrimental, once it backfires on 3 they will surely reinstate it
  6. PJ147

    PJ147 Well-Known Member

    Sorry to bump an old thread but just wanted to point out my phone still has the Orange 2g fallback and its nearly july 2011
  7. Shotgun84

    Shotgun84 Well-Known Member

    I stopped my phone looking for 2g and it improved my reception and browsing speed. So I can't see it being a problem
  8. bladesman

    bladesman Member

    bumping the thread again :D

    i've heard that people are STILL getting 2g reception ! so not sure what thats all about ?

    Re, 3g - E/E have/are merging which should be good for 3 customers who share with Tmobile so this will only increase coverage right ?
  9. PJ147

    PJ147 Well-Known Member

    e/e (orange and tmobile) merging will only add to the reception for 2g. They can only share 2g at the mo. Since data is rubbish on 2g it wont help that much.

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