Ofcom is looking to Android users to improve mobile phone services.

Ofcom is calling on Android smartphone users in the UK to join its first crowd-sourced research project for better mobile phone services.

By downloading the Ofcom Mobile Research app, users can join a nationwide panel of volunteers who will help gather valuable information about mobile coverage, the reliability of voice calls, mobile broadband performance and users’ experiences and habits.

The app automatically measures the performance of mobile and Wi-Fi networks; users don’t need to manually run any tests. The highlights of its findings will be displayed on the app’s home screen. From time-to-time, the user will be asked to briefly rate how well they feel their service is performing.

Read more about the Ofcom Mobile Research app

DTG Staff  |  06.10.2016

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