British parliamentarians depart with last swing at ‘unconvincing’ 5G plans

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The outgoing Public Accounts Committee’s final report on mobile connectivity portrays government efforts to improve mobile coverage as lacking focus, data, and clear evidence of value.

This article includes:

  • Organisations: BT Group; Building Digital UK; Department for Science, Innovation & Technology; Department of Transport; House of Commons Public Accounts Committee; National Audit Office; National Infrastructure Commission; Ofcom; Three UK; Virgin Media O2; Vodafone UK.
  • Geographic: UK.
  • Themes: 3G shutdown; 4G; 5G standalone; Connectivity data; Coverage goals; Digital landline; Low-Earth orbit satellites; Mobile connectivity; Rail coverage; Rural connectivity; R&D investment; Shared Rural Network.
  • Events: UK General Election.

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