Working together to achieve mobile connectivity
Monday, 01 July 2019
With the increase in agricultural technology and more services available online, we appreciate that farmers can benefit from the latest information and trends direct through their mobile devices. Having real-time information and immediate access to services such as the weather forecast, commodity prices and agricultural suppliers can make a big difference and directly increase productivity.
Delivering mobile infrastructure across the UK is vital if we want to take advantage of what digital connectivity can offer. Just as businesses and individuals rely on mobile phones to keep connected, operators also need to rely on mobile infrastructure to deliver services to their customers.
Cornerstone, the leader in UK mobile infrastructure is committed to delivering excellent mobile connectivity to support the UK digital economy. Working with over 12,000 landlords, our mobile infrastructure is placed on rooftops, greenfield sites in rural locations and street work sites for our customers who include Vodafone and Telefónica. Our landlords play a critical role in helping us to achieve this.
The Government also recognises the importance of mobile connectivity in rural areas and has revised the Electronic Communications Code legislation to help deliver digital services more quickly and easily within the UK. Changes have been brought in to give clarity for landowners and operators concerning putting mobile infrastructure on sites.
To truly experience a well-connected society and enhance rural connectivity, we believe engaging with the landlord community and working together will help us all to achieve the next generation of connectivity. We are already starting to see this happen and are encouraged that this trend will continue with our landlords.
If you would like to speak to Cornerstone, please write to us through our contact page on www.cornerstone.network or to: Landlord Communications, Hive 2, 1530 Arlington Business Park, Theale, Berkshire, RG7 4SA.