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Strict Polish radiation limits could cause mobile blackouts

Monday 6 August 2018 | 10:08 CET | News
The Polish Ministry of Digitisation warns that in the coming years, there may be problems with telephone and internet connections, especially in larger cities, reports Media2.pl. According to estimates, as early as 2020, demand for access to mobile broadband in Poland will exceed network capacity by an average of 22 percent. The only way to prevent the so-called mobile blackout could be rapid implementation of 5G.

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