The real problem started two decades ago, when Britain dug in too deep with Huawei.
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Poor mobile phone reception in the British countryside is to be tackled under government plans that could force telecom groups to open networks in rural areas to rivals’ customers.
As we celebrate 40 years of mobile phones, the potential for the future still looks spectacular, says telecoms expert Dr Mike Short.
Britain is poised to become a world leader in shaping the future of mobility, according to the Government’s Industrial Strategy
A step into the known, as Britain opens itself up to Chinese interference.