Chester Racecourse and 3/4g signals???

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  1. Encantador

    Encantador Funster

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    Have been before but can't remember whether I was able to use my Vodafone 3g tablet.

    I need to be able to get online every morning for an hour, can anyone recommend a mobile company that you can get a good guaranteed signal from please? (Ideally without having to walk round the whole site or climb on roof of MH)

    Thanks

    Steve
     
  2. Linda and Steph

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    I seem to remember very good 3G with occasional 4G on EE. Also I think there was free wifi that a decent booster might pick up.
     
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    we went last Easter and had Vodafone connection but not brilliant, enough to get on line though

    we now have an iBoost so hope it will be stronger, not really sure how it works but it seems to improve my own signal as well as anything else it can see :)
     
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    According to the Vodafone coverage checker, 3G is variable (postcode CH1 2LY).
    Three has full 3G coverage and EE has 4G according to their respective tools.
     
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