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As many as one in four office workers would resign due to poor mobile signal

17/05/2017

As many as one in four office workers would resign due to poor mobile signal, according to new survey findings, as frustrations over phone coverage in the workplace escalate. A nationwide survey of over 1,000 UK employees, by communications firm Arqiva, revealed that poor mobile signal affected half of all respondents while using their phone at work.

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