3 Mobile to spend £4m on Glasgow infrastructure

Wednesday, August 25th 2010
Network operator 3 Mobile is planning to improve its mobile broadband coverage in Glasgow.
3 Mobile to spend £4m on Glasgow infrastructure
Mobile broadband provider 3 Mobile has confirmed it plans to invest millions of pounds in improving its 3G signal in Glasgow.

The network operator said it will spend £4 million on its network in the Scottish city, in a bid to boost reception and encourage residents to use mobile broadband to get online.

Director of products and services at 3 Mobile Charlotte Blanchard claimed it is a "misconception" that everyone in the UK is able to access the web and make the most out of the experience.

She said the service provider is committed to ensuring that its customers can rely on the strength of its network and pledged to offer mobile broadband packages that make the internet as affordable as possible.

"We believe everyone should be able to get online wherever they are, that's why we're investing in the biggest 3G network in the UK," Ms Blanchard added.

3 Mobile also recently revealed it will spend £4.5 million on improving its network in Leeds.

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