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DCMS sets out new strategy to boost FTTH and mobile network infrastructure

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Friday 15 February 19

The new strategy will govern the way in which Ofcom regulates Britain's telecoms sector going forward

The UK government has reiterated its commitment to improve rural connectivity in both the mobile and fixed line sectors, revealing a new strategy to drive investment across the UK. The government says that the new strategy will be crucial to helping the country deliver 100 per cent fibre to the home (FTTH) fixed line broadband coverage by 2033 and increasing geographic mobile coverage in the country to 95 per cent…

The UK government has reiterated its commitment to improve rural connectivity in both the mobile and fixed line sectors, revealing a new strategy to drive investment across the UK. The government says that the new strategy will be crucial to helping the country deliver 100 per cent fibre to the home (FTTH) fixed line broadband coverage by 2033 and increasing geographic mobile coverage in the country to 95 per cent…

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