Monday, 21 May 2018

Scotland allocates £25m to tackle 4G notspots

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Tuesday 13 March 18

The Scottish 4G Infill Programme will seek to improve 4G reception in 60-70 sites across rural Scotland, particularly in the rural Highland and Island regions

Scotland is to spend £25 million to help boost 4G coverage across the country. 16 4G notspots have been provisionally identified and new masts will be installed to improve connectivity and establish 4G network coverage in previously uncovered areas.  “Widespread high-speed and reliable mobile coverage is just as vital as broadband…

Scotland is to spend £25 million to help boost 4G coverage across the country. 16 4G notspots have been provisionally identified and new masts will be installed to improve connectivity and establish 4G network coverage in previously uncovered areas.  “Widespread high-speed and reliable mobile coverage is just as vital as broadband…

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