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Old 31-08-2017, 12:29   #7
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Re: Is it true that VM are building their own mobile network?

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Originally Posted by RichardCoulter View Post
Thanks for the replies everybody, I was led to believe that Virgin Mobile were building their own masts, laying their own cables etc to create their own network.
I can't say for sure it's not happening, it's just vanishingly unlikely. Liberty last I heard were rather unhappy with Lightning's progress, seriously behind schedule, and are extremely unlikely to green light another massive infrastructure program by VM running simultaneously.
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