Are you living in one of Suffolk’s mobile phone black spots?
Rural communities in Suffolk are about to see mobile phone signals boosted by new masts - but still customers on other parts of the county are struggling to send texts, make calls or downloads maps on their smart phones.
In Walsham-le-Willows approval has been given for a new mast on the 14th century St Mary’s Church - the 13th church in Suffolk to host a mobile mast in a bid to improve the quality of life for parishioners and other villagers.
Today, we are asking readers to tell us about the quality of mobile network coverage where you are.
Are you able to make a call or send a text message? Can you search the internet or download apps using the 3G or 4G signal or do you have to wait until you are back home and rely on your wifi?
Complete our form and help us paint a picture of mobile phone coverage across Suffolk - and establish which is the most reliable of the network providers.