Mobile phone users in a Wiltshire town are demanding a refund after months of poor reception. Vodafone customers in Marlborough say businesses have been affected and they're not getting the service they pay for.
The company admits there's a problem and is updating the town's mast. Our Wiltshire reporter Robert Murphy has the story.
Mini-cab owner Justin Cook is one of the people who has been affected by the poor Vodafone reception in the Marlborough area of Wiltshire. He spoke to our Wiltshire reporter, Rob Murphy.
Mobile phone users in a Wiltshire town are demanding a refund after months of poor reception. People in Marlborough say their businesses have been affected and they are not getting the service they pay for.
Vodafone customers have even protested outside the town's store. The company admits there's a problem and is working to improve the service.
Vodafone has apologised to its customers in North Devon after three weeks of problems with the service. The company says that it's fixed the fault with voice calls but there are still problems with 3G connections.
Its engineers repaired one of its sites in Barnstaple but a fault has occurred at a second location which its also correcting.