News: Where to switch-off and take a much-needed break from the country’s mobile phone network

News: Where to switch-off and take a much-needed break from the country’s mobile phone network

Another Lincolnshire Highlights news story…

It’s now almost impossible to flee the pressures of social media and the constant stream of emails and text messages.

But, despite the forthcoming roll-out of 5G networks across the country, there are places where it is possible to escape and switch off for a well-deserved break and forget your mobile phone.

There are still destinations around the country where there is little or no phone signal so it is possible to take a much-needed break and go off-line.

Mobile comparison app yboo is using world-first mapping technology to analyse real-time signal strength and usage data across all UK networks.

And it has managed to uncover the top 10 holiday destinations where people frequently lose connection, making any one of them the perfect choice for those looking to disconnect.

Martyn Gould, chief executive and founder of yboo, said: “A holiday is the perfect time to take a break from real life – and we’re challenging the phone addicts to use their getaway as a chance to put their devices down.

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“It’s so important to recharge not just your handset, but your headspace and relationships too.”

Locations with little or no phone signal among UK networks

  • St Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales
  • Molygrove, Pembrokeshire, Wales
  • St Austell, Cornwall, England
  • Salthouse, Norfolk, England
  • Wool, Dorset, England
  • Devizes, Wiltshire, England
  • Corwen, Denbighshire, Wales
  • Minehead, Somerset, England
  • Derwent Reservoir, County Durham, England
  • Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland



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