Media Coverage of the No Bars Mobile Phone Campaign
Surrey Comet 2nd Nov 2015
James Berry MP for Kingston and Surbiton joins the campaign and is featured in the Surrey Comet.
The paper raising the question about how we can ensure we have mobile coverage while still reassuring people about phone masts.
One of the interesting things to come from the NoBarsCampaign has been talk of new techniques. For example so called wifi meshes can be constructed across an area with virtually no visible masts and good continuous coverage.
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Kingston Guardian 30th Dec 2014
It is an all too common and frustrating 21st century problem - wanting to make a call or watch a video on your phone only to see the little bars at the top of the screen disappear.
But now an MEP has launched a campaign to hold phone service providers to account.
London Conservative Syed Kamall, a Kingston resident, is asking people who experience poor mobile signal to log their locations at a new website, nobarscampaign.co.uk ...... click here to read the full article
London Evening Standard 5th Dec 2014
Londoners are today being urged to name and shame mobile phone operators by identifying areas where reception is poor.
Under the No Bars campaign, they are being asked to contribute to an online map identifying the “not spots”.
Starting the campaign today, London MEP Syed Kamall said he will use the information gathered to pressure providers and politicians to get to grips with the problem. ...... click here to read the full article
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