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France drops proposal for new rural mobile coverage measures

Friday 23 December 2016 | 11:30 CET | News
The imposition of shared infrastructure measures to improve mobile coverage in rural areas has been dropped from the final version of the so-called 'loi Montagne' (Moutain bill), reports La Gazette, following the mediation of a joint parliamentary committee.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bouygues Telecom / Free Mobile / Orange / SFR
Countries: France
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