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Vodafone officially the UK’s most complained about mobile network

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In the quest to provide terrible customer service, there can be only one winner…

Vodafone remains the most complained about mobile network for the fourth quarter in a row.

The UK network provider topped all other rivals when it comes to offering sub-par customer service, as revealed by an Ofcom report.

The telecoms industry regulator today revealed its damning verdict in its ‘Telecoms and Pay TV complaints December 2015’ report, which details the last three months of complaints.

Vodafone remained the most complained about mobile provider, after complaint volumes increased to 20 complaints per 100,000 customers in the quarter,” writes Ofcom.

The figure is up from 14 per 100,000 customers, as recorded in the previous quarter.

“The main drivers of Vodafone complaints were problems with billing, pricing and charges (37%); complaints handling (28%); and concerns around faults, service and provision (17%),” the regulator continues.

EE landed in second place with nine complaints per 100,000 customers, above the industry average of eight.

Here are the entire rankings of complaints about network providers per 100,000 users:

  • Vodafone – 20
  • EE – 9
  • Industry Average – 8
  • Virgin Media – 6
  • Talk Mobile – 6
  • O2 – 4
  • Three – 4
  • Tesco – 1

Ofcom also released a graph showing how networks performed over the past five quarters:

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As is evident from the chart, Tesco has consistently generated the lowest volume of complaints for seven straight quarters.

Ofcom’s report also detailed various other telecoms sectors complaint findings:

Landline

Most complained about: EE

Least complained about: Virgin Media

Broadband

Most complained about: EE

Least complained about: Virgin Media

Pay TV

Most complained about: BT

Least complained about: Sky

You can find the full report at Ofcom’s website.

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