notspot

notspot

A location that has no Wi-Fi or cellular access. Contrast with Wi-Fi hotspot.
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The Panton Arms in Pentraeth, Anglesey, is opposite a "Pokestop" where players can collect "pokeballs" on their smartphone - but the area is a mobile notspot and the pub's wifi is crucial for players who struggle to get a 3G signal.
London, August 27 ( ANI ): Words like notspot, ringxiety and intoxicated are among a list of 1,000 new words and phrases included in the Word Lover's Gallimaufry, a special section of the latest edition of the Chambers Thesaurus that focuses on how our language is evolving.
I'm just glad the ref did notspot the hand ball by Bobo Balde because if we had gone 2-0 behind it might have been a different story.
uk VODAFONE UK has announced the notspot hit Bryneglwys in Denbighshire will receive 3G coverage with Vodafone's Rural Open Sure Signal programme.
Caren Jones, 54, her husband Tom, 78, and son Alun, 19, live in the broadband notspot of Abererch, near Pwllheli, Gwynedd and have had to contend with painfully slow dial-up internet.
That having been said, our main problem in Llanrug is the fact that most of the village is a Broadband Notspot.
However, when the Echo yesterday visited a supposed notspot in the Victoria Park area of Canton, we had no problem with our 3G coverage.
To qualify for the scheme householders or businesses must register as a notspot.
We are working hard to assess the exact scale of the problem and how best to solve it and today's announcement demonstrates a commitment to getting the job done "One of the issues we need to tackle is that it's only possible to identify a notspot when someone tries to order a broadband service and fails to receive it.
The committee says eradicating notspots and slowspots must be the priority.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-10 March 2009-Boingo expands network of notspots in Sweden(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
notspots for '97 will be the French Riviera, (right), which is proving too pricey; Ibiza, a fading hippy retreat; and Cyprus, too built up on the south coast and overrun by squaddies.