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March 29, 2010

Vodafone claims Sure Signal gaining ground

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by Janet Harris

Vodafone claims that its Sure Signal service, launched back in July 2009 as Vodafone Access Gateway, is now gaining popularity with businesses.

The service is designed to make sure that businesses have a strong indoor, 3G phone signal anywhere in the UK.

Vodafone Sure Signal (VSS) plugs straight into any home or office broadband line, providing it offers a minimum download speed of 1 MB per second.

Peter Kelly, Vodafone’s Enterprise Director, says: “No other network in the UK can ensure businesses have a great 3G phone signal indoors, because the Sure Signal is unique to Vodafone.

“Early indications are that after only a few months after launch small and medium sized businesses are finding Vodafone Sure Signal transforms their lives, increasing productivity and enabling them to take full advantage of all Vodafone’s services via their handset anywhere in their office or home.”

However last week some companies reported problems with the service disconnecting and slowing down.

Vodafone has reassured customers that the problems were caused by planned maintenance upgrades.

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