Thursday, 14 November 2019

Virgin Media Business wins £100m backhaul contract with UK's MBNL

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Monday 05 September 11

Eight-year deal will see telco connect thousands of base stations to its fibre network as part of its plan to boost market share at expense of BT.

Virgin Media Business has won a contract worth in excess of £100 million to upgrade the backhaul infrastructure for Everything Everywhere and 3UK's combined mobile networks. The eight-year deal with MBNL – the mobile operators' network-sharing joint venture – will see Virgin establish 14 regional aggregation networks that will connect thousands of base stations across the U…

Virgin Media Business has won a contract worth in excess of £100 million to upgrade the backhaul infrastructure for Everything Everywhere and 3UK's combined mobile networks. The eight-year deal with MBNL – the mobile operators' network-sharing joint venture – will see Virgin establish 14 regional aggregation networks that will connect thousands of base stations across the U…

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