Government Huawei ruling will cost £500m over five years, claims BT

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BT claims that it will need to remove Huawei equipment from the EE mobile network to comply with the government's ruling

BT claims that the government's ruling on Huawei this week could cost it as much as £500 million over the next five years. The ruling, which bars Chinese networking equipment giant Huawei from core...

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