Almost 20 percent of UK roads suffer from little-to-no mobile signal
While governments and operators prepare for 5G, the UK still has over 49,000 miles of road with poor or no mobile signal.
A study conducted by the RAC Foundation has found two percent of UK roads (over 5,500 miles) are unable to receive a mobile signal from any of the nation’s four mobile networks.
The inability to receive a signal is at best a mild annoyance due to problems such as potential lack of navigation, at worst the inability to call for help in a breakdown or accident.
Among the worst covered...