Mobile Phones Tips from Anglesey

by Lion Gwilym

Here are a few tips which I hope you will find useful:

1) Security : if you loose your phone you should phone your network provider and the Police. The Police will need you phone's IME number , they can block the handset and thus render it useless. To get the IME press *#06#

2) Low Battery :How many times have you found your battery running low? Give your phone a boost from its internal battery by pressing *3370# - make sure you charge it up as soon as possible.

3)Emergency:If there is no network coverage and you need to contact the emergency services dial 112 instead of 999. Any radio station will connect you.

( The above was found on various web pages, the contributors are acknowledged)

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Jul 16, 2010
Mobile Phone Signal
by: Anonymous

We will be visting Anglesey alot over the summer holidays, and from past experience, we have discovered that some networks are better than others for mobile. Any tips on the best mobile provider for Anglesey? We are also hoping to use our laptop as well look forwato hearing from you.

Feb 02, 2008
Anglesey Coastal Path Mobile Phone Coverage
by: Walter

These are helpful tips.

We often come over to Anglesey to enjoy the coastal views and walk the Anglesey Coastal Path. One problem seems to be the variable coverage from our mobile phone operator.

For example, if you are walking along Rhoscolyn coastline the coverage is great, but near Holyhead Breakwater it is almost none existent.

Perhaps someone could walk the around the whole island and map the mobile phone coverage, showing the so-called black-spots.

After all, if there was an emergency it would not help if you happened to be in a location on the coastal path where there was no signal - pretty obvious I suppose:)

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