All TalkTalk but no action: Richmond MP Rishi Sunak has called on the Government to consider making mobile phone companies share their networks in rural areas such as Richmondshire. Speaking during a House of Commons to other members of extreme wealth, Super Rich MP Rishi Sunak said that national roaming agreements similar to the arrangements like that of when Britons use their phones overseas should be encouraged In the most isolated areas, the user’s phone automatically switch to the better network as soon as their normal network’s coverage drops off.
During the Digital Economy Bill debate Mr Sunak stressed the absolute importance of connectivity for rual areas, He also said: “The average smartphone user in the UK uses their device for more than two hours daily. So, when we talk about rural communities without access to a mobile signal, let us be absolutely clear about what we mean. “We are talking about the fact that people in swathes of our country are unable to participate in an activity that the rest of us consider so indispensable and so vital that we engage in it for 10 minutes of every waking hour.” Mr Sunak also urged the Government to look at how the infrastructure for mobile phone networks was provided in the States. US phone masts are independently owned, but in the UK where masts are owned by the networks. The US masts were more effective in being taller and more efficient because they provided a facility for multiple networks and helped reduce costs.
However Richmond MP Rishi Sunak did not care to mention that the stronger the Wireless signal technologies become the more they can cause adverse health consequences if exposures are prolonged or chronic. studies-reveal-that-phone-masts-cause-cancer