Ofcom welcomes ‘shared rural network’ agreement to improve mobile coverage
The Government has announced it has reached agreement with the UK’s mobile network operators to build the shared rural network to improve mobile coverage.
Ofcom spokesperson yesterday:
“We welcome this agreement, which will make a real difference to all mobile customers right across the UK. We are making the coverage commitments legally binding by including them in operators’ licences. We’ll also monitor and report on companies’ progress in bringing better coverage to people and businesses.”
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