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    PlaneMan
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    Sat outside Aldi waiting for it to open and noticed that the data speed was good.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/nlnKAKLs6AlbsxUd2

    That was a surprise! Must be virtually under a mast.

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    Moving next door to an Aldi, Nolan!😆

    Told my son, he shops there, says it doesn’t work like that…🤔😑

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    I get about 10-15meg at home, but I’d say the local area is 3 to 5 meg.

    In Manchester i did clock 45meg and was amazed.

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    It’s near Penarth Dave, just across the river.

     

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    I get about 10-15meg at home, but I’d say the local area is 3 to 5 meg. In Manchester i did clock 45meg and was amazed.

    What network? Tesco (and therefore O2, as my work phone is on the “vanilla” network) speeds are bloody awful – occasionally sometimes slower than 3G. My cadet hut is also a signal blackspot.

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    EE was t-mob . being the border I am I still have the results on my phone since March. 128gb does come in handy.

    It was higher than I remembered.

    Just ran a test on the bed. That too was higher, if it was unlimited, id have no need for broadband at this point

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