‘Dozens of villages have poor mobile reception”
In dozens of Dutch villages have inhabitants poor mobile coverage.
This is apparent from examination of the NOS and regional broadcasters, where 23,000 people have participated. Especially in Drenthe and Noord-Brabant, according to the study, the mobile connection is poor.
In the survey, people are asked to assign a grade to their mobile network. In nineteen villages was the quality of the network is lower than a three. In a district in Lelystad, the netherlands scored the receipt also low.
Of the nineteen villages with low scores, there are six in the province of Drenthe. In addition, it would be a lot of complaints come from Noord-Brabant.
Locations that are lower than a three, on average, contain relatively few subjects. If one is looking for locations where more than twenty participants have responded, is the lowest one of 3.6 in the Drenthe municipality of Westerveld.
Due to the bad mobile range, people can often not make or receive calls. The emergency number 112 would also be difficult to use.