Oct 25, 2019

'My reception was so bad even O2 couldn't call me'

Currently one third of the UK has patchy or non-existent mobile phone coverage. A £1bn plan between the UK's four main mobile phone companies and the government was unveiled with the aim of banishing these signal dead zones. The four main mobile networks plan to contribute a total of £530m for the Shared Rural Network, with the government potentially supporting it with another £500m once the deal is finalised. The government had threatened to force the mobile firms to allow customers to roam onto each other's networks in not-spots, a move the companies said would deter new investment. "We have been hugely frustrated at the lack of progress in improving mobile reception to date," he said.

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