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Three: Fibre access levels in the UK are still far from good enough

2019-10-11 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

5G Launch   Three launched 5G in August and is looking to scale up its initial launch to 25 towns and cities across the UK by the end of the year. How is that going? Our 5G rollout continues to gather momentum following a successful launch in London this summer with a home broadband service using our 100MHz of contiguous 5G spectrum. We have demonstrated that we are a serious player in 5G and are building a true 5G network. We are aiming to launch in 25 cities by the end of the year. Our focus is on providing an excellent service to our customers. This is about getting it right in the long run. We are not standing still: customers are already enjoying Three’s real 5G with the launch of our 5G home broadband service, the roll out is ticking along nicely and we have made good progress with updating our 4G network.    Fibre   How important is fibre access for UK MNOs as they look to rollout 5G? How good are fibre access levels in the UK at the moment? Fibre access is vital to all network operators…read more on TotalTele.com »

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