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The government has unveiled £25m in a bid to help make the UK a “world leader in 5G technology” – amid renewed warnings the countryside is being left behind by poor digital connectivity. So-called fifth generation technology dramatically increases the speed at which data can be transferred across mobile networks. The government says it is determined to prepare all parts of the UK for 5G – even though many areas still lack access to 4G and even 3G speeds. See […]
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