Thursday, 04 March 2021

UK government backs £1bn Shared Rural Network to boost mobile connectivity

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Friday 25 October 19

The deal was originally proposed by the UK's four mobile network operators as an alternative to the proposed caveats that would have accompanied their 5G rollouts

The UK government has agreed a £1 billion deal with the UK's big four mobile network operators to launch a shared rural network, to boost coverage across rural areas of the country. As part of the agreement UK MNOs will be obliged to provide 4G mobile network coverage to 95 per cent of the UK by 2025 through a shared network of new and existing masts…

The UK government has agreed a £1 billion deal with the UK's big four mobile network operators to launch a shared rural network, to boost coverage across rural areas of the country. As part of the agreement UK MNOs will be obliged to provide 4G mobile network coverage to 95 per cent of the UK by 2025 through a shared network of new and existing masts…

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