England’s National Parks have announced a new deal to boost mobile broadband internet connectivity throughout the country.

The main four networks, EE, Vodaphone, O2 and Three plan to improve services in protected rural areas, following an agreement with National Parks England. A small amount of new masts will be built which operators ensure will have minimum impact on the environment.

According to The Independent, Paul Hamblin director of National Parks England, which represents the 10 authorities including the Lake District said “the move would benefit many visitors to the park, whilst retaining the unique sense of peace and quiet.”

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