Cellular Telephones and Racal Vodafone

  • Manus Egan


By the end of 1986 the UK will be among the world leaders in the field of cellular telephones — which is impressive progress considering that only a short time ago there was nothing of the kind in the home market. A large part of this British success story is due to Racal Vodafone, a subsidiary of the Racal Electronics group, and Cellnet, an off-shoot of British Telecom — both of whom have been given a 25-year licence to establish a nationwide cellular telephone network.

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© Macmillan Publishers Limited 1986

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  • Manus Egan

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