Thursday, 25 April 2019

One in three homes in rural England left without basic connectivity

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Monday 11 February 19

Despite recent investment, more than half of properties in rural communities can not receive a 4G mobile network signal, according to a new report

A new industry report has shown that one in three households in rural England cannot access basic mobile network services on any of the UK's four major mobile network operators (MNOs). The report, published by Rural England CIC, found that 33 per cent of people living in rural communities across England could not obtain a strong enough mobile network signal to make a simple voice call or access mobile broadband services…

A new industry report has shown that one in three households in rural England cannot access basic mobile network services on any of the UK's four major mobile network operators (MNOs). The report, published by Rural England CIC, found that 33 per cent of people living in rural communities across England could not obtain a strong enough mobile network signal to make a simple voice call or access mobile broadband services…

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