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Could this be the end of rural notspots

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-50179195

 

Looks like mastsharing will finally happen for the benefit of all rural customers 

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Re: Could this be the end of rural notspots

Thanks for the info @adamtemp64  and welcome back! wink

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Re: Could this be the end of rural notspots

It's not before time too although the urban people will be enjoying 5G before the deadlines mentioned in the report.

 

Nice to see you around again @adamtemp64 grin

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Re: Could this be the end of rural notspots

Well spotted @adamtemp64 - we shared some more info on this here as well Smiley Happy

 

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Re: Could this be the end of rural notspots

A shared nationwide RAN would make sense these days (operated by a company mutually owned by the operators) with them competing on services and price.

 

It would also cut down on the cost of site selection and build as the cost would be shared.

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