Wiltshire villages get 3G coverage under Vodafone ROSS

Friday, October 23rd 2015

Thanks to Vodafone's Rural Open Sure Signal (ROSS) programme, the residents of Oare and Wilcot villages in Wiltshire will enjoy 3G coverage. These two communities were previously suffering from slow and unreliable network speeds, but by the installation of Vodafone's small cereal box-sized masts that connect to existing broadband lines, residents here will enjoy good 3G phone signals, under the innovative ROSS programme. The MP for Devizes, Claire Perry, said she is pleased to see Oare and Wilcot benefit from improved mobile coverage under the ROSS programme.


Vodafone aims to cover 100 mobile not-spots found all over the UK, with its 3G services. In fact, Vodafone is spending about £2 billion to improve its services and network across the UK. Vodafone has also introduced HD Voice technology on its 3G service and plans to extend coverage to 661 cities and towns on its latest 4G service.


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