General advice to help clarify which frequencies your particular Mobile Phone Network provider operates on:    

VODAFONE LIMITED

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Standard (2G) voice and data network:

Vodafone Limited UK's telecommunications network utilises both the 900MHz and 1800MHz bands across the country, and it is difficult to know precisely which frequency will be strongest in your area. However, in almost all cases the 900MHz frequency provides the best coverage for this Network.

High speed data network (3G):

Vodafone Limited UK utilises the 2100 MHz frequency band for their high speed 3G network. 

In General:
For normal voice and data coverage a good signal is required on the 900 MHz frequency.   Preferably a good signal on both relevant 900MHz and 1800MHz frequency bands should provide even greater flexibility in the longer term.

For 3G and 3G broadband data service a good signal is required on the 2100 MHz frequency

 

 

 

General advice to help clarify which frequencies your particular Mobile Phone Network provider operates on:   

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Standard (2G) voice and data network:

O2  UK's telecommunications network utilises both the 900MHz and 1800MHz bands across the country, and it is difficult to know precisely which frequency will be strongest in your area. However, in almost all cases the 900MHz frequency provides the best coverage for this Network.

High speed data network (3G):

O2 UK utilises the 2100 MHz frequency band for their high speed 3G network. 

Booster Equipment In General:
For normal voice and data coverage a good signal is required on the 900 MHz frequency.   Preferably a good signal on both relevant 900MHz and 1800MHz frequency bands should provide even greater flexibility in the longer term.

For 3G and 3G broadband data service a good signal is required on the 2100 MHz frequency

 

 

 

General advice to help clarify which frequencies your particular Mobile Phone Network provider operates on:   

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Standard (2G) voice and data network:

T-Mobile (UK) Ltd UK's telecommunications network utilises only the 1800 Mhz frequency band across the country.

High speed data network (3G):

T-Mobile (UK) Ltd utilises the 2100 MHz frequency band for their high speed 3G network.

In General:
For normal voice and data coverage a good signal is required on the 1800 MHz frequency.

For 3G and 3G broadband data service a good signal is required on the 2100 MHz frequency


 

 

 

General advice to help clarify which frequencies your particular Mobile Phone Network provider operates on:  

ORANGE                                               

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Standard (2G) voice and data network:

Orange UK's telecommunications network utilises only the 1800 Mhz frequency band across the country and so an 1800MHz Booster is all you need to improve voice and 2G data speed.

High speed data network (3G):

Orange utilises the 2100 MHz frequency band for their high speed 3G network.

Booster Equipment in General:
For normal voice and data coverage a good signal is required on the 1800 MHz frequency.

For 3G and 3G broadband data service a good signal is required on the 2100 MHz frequency

 

 

 


General advice to help clarify which frequencies your particular Mobile Phone Network provider operates on:  

3 Mobile     (Hutchinson 3G UK Limited)           

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Standard (3G) voice and data network:

3 Mobile UK's telecommunications network utilises only the 2100 Mhz frequency band across the country and so a 2100MHz Booster is all you need to improve voice and 3G data speed.  

High speed data network (3G):

3 utilises the 2100 MHz frequency band for their high speed 3G network.

Booster Equipment in General:
For normal voice coverage - and for 3G and 3G broadband data service a good signal is required on the 2100 MHz frequency


 

 

 

 

General advice to help clarify which frequencies your particular Mobile Phone Network provider operates on:  

High speed data network (3G):

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ALL UK Networks and Carriers utilise the 2100 MHz frequency band to for their high speed 3G network.

Booster Equipment in General: 
For 3G and 3G broadband data service a good signal is required on the 2100 MHz frequency