Mobile operators to face fines for failing to meet coverage obligations, digital secretary warns

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Maximum fine will be up to 10 per cent of mobile operators' turnover

Mobile operators in the UK will be penalised if they fail to meet the coverage obligations of the Shared Rural Network (SRN) plan announced last week. The warning came from digital secretary Nic...

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