Vodafone apologises to Island customers

By David Newble

Thursday, February 28, 2013

 

MOBILE phone company, Vodafone, has apologised to Isle of Wight customers who have been left without a signal for days.

The company said faults had developed on two of its transmission masts on the Isle of Wight and engineers were working as fast as possible to repair them.

A spokeswoman said: "Vodafone is aware of problems on the Isle of Wight with the signal. We are working on this and hope to restore the signal as soon as possible.

"We have experienced problems doing the repairs because one of the masts is on top of a cliff and is fairly difficult to access and we have to take extra precautions.

"We are very sorry and are working to get the problem resolved quickly."

Reporter: davidn@iwcpmail.co.uk

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