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Old 10-09-2021, 17:10   #37
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Re: Landlines to be axed by 2025

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Originally Posted by Chris View Post
I know - hence “further to”
Can a mobile phone make a 999 call via a TETRA mast? I was unaware … I thought there needed to be at least one public cell in range for that function to work.
Well probably not but then the Emergency Services are moving the ESN which is 4G based so the coverage will then be similar as far as I understand it?

https://www.gov.uk/government/public...rvices-network
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Investment in ESN will also mean improvements to 4G network coverage, which will enable 999 calls to be made securely from mobile phones in some of the most remote and rural parts of Great Britain.
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