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Old 30-08-2017, 21:46   #4
Ignitionnet
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Re: Is it true that VM are building their own mobile network?

They are not building their own network but doing more of the 'work' running over the top of the EE network.

There's an on-off thing running with Vodafone over an asset swap that would involve Virgin Media and Vodafone merging in the British Isles.

VM don't have the money to full-on build a mobile network, and Liberty Global aren't especially inclined to provide or guarantee it due in no small part to the issues with Lightning.
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