The UK’s big four mobile operators have agreed to work together on a shared 4G rural network plan that aims to bring mobile connectivity to poorly served areas of the country.
Lessons from 20th century Aberdeenshire could help ‘keep money in rural economy’ says Lord Inglewood
Rural economies could improve by taking inspiration from early 20th-Century Aberdeenshire, a lord has suggested.
The Government has announced plans to speed up the roll-out of 5G technology and improve mobile phone signals in rural areas as part of efforts to increase innovation across the UK.
Scores of new super masts could be built across the British countryside as part of Government plans to eliminate mobile phone blind spots.
A study by academics in Aberdeen has revealed people who live in rural areas are less likely to survive cancer than those in cities.
A north-east MSP has welcomed new figures showing the benefits of living in rural communities.
Anne Charles can wholeheartedly confirm that the neighbours at Rosehall Farm are great.
More North-east communities can now get fibre broadband through a £428 million rollout.
YOUNG people will continue to move away from the countryside unless poor internet connections are improved.