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Discussion in 'Computers & IT' started by radar, Jul 28, 2018.
Now know why WIFI calling is not working.
Sounds very clever....yet so incredibly simple you wonder why nobody thought of it before.
EE certainly seem to be very forward thinking.
Think the carriers have really been resisting it, as it makes changing networks as easy as scanning a code or opening an app. They don't like churn or losing customers, anything to lock you in.
Agree though that EE appear to be right up with the latest changes and products. Once upon a time you could argue that Vodafone were the cutting edge carrier, but I think EE edge them out (and they have a better network).
Yes, I think Voda have lost a lot of ground in recent years. Quite a bit of cost cutting behind the scenes I think.
iOS 11 I solved that for me. Since earlier this year my iPhone will connects to the mobile network via my broadband, I get calls and sms even when my mobile signal is crap. Ps going forward doing the VAT return on line will need to be done though software connected to your accounts, not through the HMRC webpage as we do now. Probably won’t require the phone verification process?
Will have told them where to stick it by then.Can see a return to the black economy if there not careful.
Just seen you have no landline John that really doe's put you in a bad position.
If he’s got decent broadband he could also get a “virtual landline” aka VoIP. Mine is basically free, I just pay for calls at about a tenth the going rate. No line rental as such.
What’s you waste on renting a piece of shitty copper from the dorks at BT you could put towards instead towards funding a decent alternate internet connection.
I highly recommend it
When my bb was not worth using I did vital work in my local library and could receive the security number there as well.