Can someone please explain to me why 3G connectivity and phone signal gets progressively shittier the closer to London my train gets?
What is the deal with that?
Maybe it’s because London is such a small little town with very few mobile phone masts. Who knows?
Having been an ‘Orange’ network subscriber for many years, I was transferred to the new ‘EE’ network, which I believe stands for ‘Everything Everywhere’. It should be rebranded to ‘Nothing Anywhere’ or ‘NA’, which is ironically appropriate.
I swear these wanker networks turned 3G effectiveness down to make the new 4G network appear better and faster.
Luckily for me I don’t try and occupy my time on the train with the likes of Facebook. I mean, could you imagine how annoying that would be? Pages taking forever to refresh, status updates not updating, posts having to be drafted 5 times because they keep disappearing due to ‘no network connectivity’.
Yeah, thankfully I don’t have to put up with that shit.
In fact, come to think of it, my commute into work is always easy and uneventful.