The top best and worst towns and cities for signal strength
We’ve all been there. We’ve all suffered from poor signal. Signal strength is one of the most important things we consider when choosing a network provider. No one wants poor signal strength when they have that important call to make to their bestie.
yboo brings you the top 10 best and worst towns and cities for mobile signal strength in the United Kingdom. As a user, you will be able to see the signal strength for where you live, work and hang out before you decide to move network providers. This way, you’ll not be joining a network and then realising you have poor signal strength when you are already tied into a contract with them.
Below is a table showing the top 10 worst towns and cities for mobile phone signal in the UK. Do you live work or hang out in any of these bottom ranking locations?!
Worst towns and cities for phone signal:
Rank Location Weakest Network
1 Stockport, North West Three
2 Bromley, Greater London Vodafone
3 Swindon, South West Three
4 Wakefield, Yorkshire & The Humber O2
5 Nottingham, East Midlands O2
6 Derby, West Midlands EE
7 Wolverhampton, West Midlands EE
8 Swansea, Wales Three
9 Cardiff, Wales Three
10 Milton Keynes O2
Or are you lucky enough to live, work or hang out in any of the areas ranked the best based on signal strength. Below is a list of the best towns and cities for mobile phone signal strength.
Best towns and cities for phone signal:
1 York, Yorkshire & the Humber
2 Llandudno, Wales
3 Norwich, East of England
4 Belfast, Northern Ireland
5 Glasgow, Scotland
6 Southampton, South East
7 Liverpool, North West
8 Islington, North London
9 Ealing, West London
10 IIford, Greater London
So, before you decide a network to switch to, check out the ‘My Coverage’ map in the app! This world first feature lets you, as a user, see which network provider has the best signal strength where you live, work and hang out. Just tap the pin points to see which networks are ranked best for your areas!
Download the yboo app HERE.