Thursday 6 December 2007 9.39am
Hi dee dee
If your neighbours are having a similar problem, then you can contact Ofcom
, who take transmission interference very
If you decide to call them, they will investigate the interference for you and take the necessary action to stop the interference.
However, be aware that if they find the interference is from your equipment, they may charge you a £50 call out fee - so make sure you neighbours are experiencing the interference too.