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£5 Billion for UK Broadband and 4G

16.03.2020
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Investment is designed to accelerate gigabit broadband and extend 4G coverage

The latest UK budget announcement includes £5 Billion of funding to develop gigabit-capable broadband, reports Mobile News. The next generation developments should be completed by 2025. At the same time, a new arrangement with operators will see an extension of 4G to many rural areas, with investment in new and existing masts. The plans are part of the government’s aim to become a ‘digital leader’, says the website.

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Investment is designed to accelerate gigabit broadband and extend 4G coverage

Theme:
Investment, Infrastructure and Spectrum
Region:
Europe
Series:
Regulatory Watch
4G, Broadband
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