The Argus reports:
EE, O2, Three and Vodafone, which make up the Mobile Operators Association, have teamed up with National Parks England to sign [a] government-backed accord. .. The deal is intended to tackle so-called ‘notspots’ – areas where there is little to no mobile coverage. .. Although there are no specific measures in place for the South Downs as yet, it is understood new masts could be built. The accord states new masts would be shared between networks and designed to blend in with the surrounding environment.