July 9, 2018
Mobile UK presents at the launch of the Connecting Cambridgeshire Digital Connectivity Strategy
Mobile UK was pleased to attend the launch of Connecting Cambridgeshire’s Digital Connectivity Strategy alongside the Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, James Palmer, and the Leader of the County Council, Councillor Steve Count.
The Digital Connectivity Strategy announced a new barrier-busting team which will work with telecoms providers and mobile operators to enable rapid delivery of digital connectivity for homes and businesses across the County. Further information about the strategy can be viewed here.
Mobile UK presented and updated attendees with the current progress of network roll-out but also took the opportunity to outline the barriers that impede the deployment and installation of mobile infrastructure. Mobile UK’s presentation PDF can be viewed below.
Commenting on the launch of the Digital Connectivity Strategy, Gareth Elliott, Head of Policy and Communications said:
“Mobile UK welcomes Connecting Cambridgeshire’s Digital Connectivity Strategy which seeks to build engagement with the mobile industry and offer innovative solutions for delivering first class digital infrastructure. Specifically, we are encouraged by the announcement of a new barrier-busting team to work with mobile operators to enable delivery of digital connectivity for homes and businesses across the county. Mobile UK looks forward to working with the Connecting Cambridgeshire team.”
About Mobile UK
Mobile UK is the voice of the United Kingdom’s mobile network operators - EE, O2, Three and Vodafone.
About Building Mobile Britain
Building Mobile Britain is a campaign created by Mobile UK seeking to work with national and local government, as well as interested industry groups to overcome the challenges we face with expanding the existing mobile networks, while also developing innovative services for customers.
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