Mobile Operators Clash on 'Notspots' Costs
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An agreement to share network equipment in order to improve phone coverage in rural areas has hit a stumbling block over costs.
Rival operators are unhappy at the price BT-owned EE is asking them to pay to share its equipment.
As someone who lives in a 'not-spot' I can confirm how frustrating it is. Companies these days want to send a code to your mobile phone to verify that 'you' are 'you' but when the code doesn't appear for hours on end it is frustrating..... and unless you live in one of these areas you don't appreciate that everyone really needs good coverage not just townies & city dwellers.
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