Proposals for a mobile phone mast in an iconic north-east village have been earmarked for approval by planners.
Banffshire and Buchan MSP Stewart Stevenson yesterday said it was “absolutely perverse” that Ofcom’s target for Scottish mobile coverage has fallen while rural areas are struggling for reception.
Controversial plans to erect a 26ft high mobile phone mast at a famous village are facing growing opposition from residents.
Could you live without phone signal? This north-east community are concerned by proposals of a new phone mast
Pennan has long been branded a “not spot” because of a lack of quality mobile coverage in the coastal community.
Plans have been unveiled to build a new mast in a north-east village to address a mobile phone “not spot”.
Residents of the Highlands and Islands suffer the worst mobile data coverage in Scotland, Ofcom figures have revealed.
One of Aberdeenshire's most rural communities will soon receive the fastest possible mobile phone coverage.
The cost of mobile calls between networks is set to fall to the lowest level yet under proposals announced by Ofcom.