Graham Stuart MP’s inbox is regularly full of people complaining about poor mobile service in the area.
Graham is delighted that, following intervention from Cllrs David Elvidge and Kerri Harold, a mast has been installed on County Hall, which should help to alleviate the problems with mobile signal in Beverley.
Now that the mast is finally operational, it is anticipated that mobile service in Beverley should improve.
This comes after Graham launched his Broadband and Mobile survey to help the Council and service providers identify service blackspots – you can fill in the survey here.
Should residents have any concerns about mobile signal, they can contact their mobile provider, as many residents have been able to negotiate reduced payments.
Commenting, Graham Stuart MP said, “Once upon a time, decent mobile service was nice to have. Now, it’s a necessity – for business, for workers, for students and for the elderly.
“So I applaud the hard work done by Cllrs David Elvidge and Kerri Harold to get the mobile mast up and running at County Hall.
“I’m looking forward to going through the results of my survey and working to get the mobile service in Beverley and Holderness to where it needs to be.”
Cllr David Elvidge said, “Seeing the team putting the power in for the mast is a massive step forward and I’m really hopeful this will improve the signal in the Town Centre”
Cllr Kerri Harold said, “I wholeheartedly welcome this mast that will go some way to improving connectivity for Beverley residents.”