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Dutch govt considers back-up power requirement for mobile networks

Friday 16 February 2018 | 10:02 CET | News
The Dutch government is considering making secondary back-up power sources a requirement for mobile networks. In a debate in parliament, the state secretary Mona Keijzer said the ministry is conducting a cost-benefit analysis on the matter. 

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