Mobile Coverage Maps
Mobile Coverage Maps give you a visual idea of mobile phone coverage throughout the UK. The Mobile Coverage Maps give you a vague idea of the coverage in your region, but in order to find out the specific network coverage in your area, you must insert your postcode and see how
strong network signal is exactly where you are. The aim of the map is to show that most areas have rather strong network coverage besides the highland areas in remote parts of the UK. All network face a similar issue of having weaker signal in highland areas because of where their telephone masts are located. Mobile Coverage Maps are present for both 2G and 3G signal and according to the Three Mobile Coverage Map, Three signal tends to have the the stronger signal strength. 3 Mobile have made many changes to their services and signal strengths in the last few years, and due to this, they have become one of the best mobile networks in the UK. The table belows shows which companies have mobile coverage maps to view for example, to view the 3 mobile coverage map, simply click on "Coverage Details" on the 4th column, and you will be redirected to the relevant page. Some Virtual Mobile Network Operators (MVNO), use the infrastructure of one of the bigger mobile networks, therefore to view the mobile coverage map, you may have to go onto one of the major mobile network sites. For example, Giff Gaff use the O2 infrastructure, so in order to view the Giff Gaff network coverage map you must check the O2 network coverage map.
Some people get confused between mobile coverage map and network coverage map - they both mean the same thing so you don't have to worry!
Click below to check the network's mobile coverage map:
* Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) is a company that provides a telecom service but does not have their own license. They use the network of another company. More Info