At once it will stay silently at the other end of the line. A renewed connection fails. Funk hole. What is annoying is quite rare in Dormagen – at least according to the mobile service provider.
Already at the turn on the NGK schoolyard the reception bars on your mobile phone – at least disappear for E-Plus and O2 customers. “Colleagues and students tell often difficulties in calling”, says Johannes Gillrath. The headmaster of the Norbert high school is Vodafone Customer: “I had power, I would turn on my phone.” But regardless, one must know suitable places to make calls by the provider. He is not quite sad about the situation – especially in the convent and school buildings. “Many problems that other schools with mobile phone use by students who come up here not only”, he reported.
Gillraths-school mate of the Leibniz-gymnasium depicts similar difficulties. “Interference-free phone calls with the mobile is not available in the building. You must adhere to already close to the window”, explains Herbert Kremer – also a Vodafone customer. In the E-Plus and O2 network reception in the Dr. money makers road subsides also significantly – from the hospital to the school.
In the Zonser area of new construction at the new Firehouse there should be no O2 network, no discussion is possible with E-plus in Sansaar on the sports field. Both networks are in terms of the Ortseingangs of Ückerath (by Gohr out) weak, as well as on the Nievenheimer road on the cocks and to the local area, such as our test revealed.
The spokesman of the mobile service provider Vodafone, T-Mobile and O2 can not understand the messages about vulnerabilities in the network and point out that money in the expansion would flow constantly. Give the difference between Web thickness in and out of buildings the blame: “Dormagen is very well taken care of us. Due to not unforeseeable circumstances such as down-shielding effect of facades can occur in mobile networks to limitations”, says Carolin Eckert, spokeswoman for the Telefónika Germany GmbH (O2).
Also T-Mobile spokesman George McKinney can’t dead spots in Dormagen to confirm: “Of course can occur again and again depending on the nature of buildings breaks the connection”, it specifies.
“The described problems are not explainable,” Vodafone spokeswoman Ulrike Wirtz says in regard to our request. “We had today a colleague in h. and Knechtsteden spot can not confirm these reports,” explains Wang and added: “We have a very good stand – in all power generation in terms of Dormagen.”
With E-Plus, no call beantwortendes our questions before this issue was possible.
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