Londoners, sick of your phone calls dropping out at the crucial moment? Well, the situation could be about to improve, as Vodafone has announced it is to spend £150m on improving its London network.
The plans aim to reduce dropped calls and double the network’s 3G capacity.
The company is also set to announce details of its so-called Project Metropolis, a plan to increase the number of masts by 30% and extend the network’s 4G coverage.
The investment will come as part of Vodafone’s £6bn Project Spring investment in its European networks, which is to be funded with proceeds from Vodafone’s £84bn sale of its stake in Verizon Wireless in September.