An engineer from mobile services provider EE, owned by telecommunications carrier BT Group, checks Huawei Technologies’ 5G equipment, bottom centre, during network trials in London on March 15, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg An engineer from mobile services provider EE, owned by telecommunications carrier BT Group, checks Huawei Technologies’ 5G equipment, bottom centre, during network trials in London on March 15, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
An engineer from mobile services provider EE, owned by telecommunications carrier BT Group, checks Huawei Technologies’ 5G equipment, bottom centre, during network trials in London on March 15, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg

Telecoms carrier BT sees US$650 million hit from Britain’s new limits on Huawei

  • Britain decided on Tuesday to ban Huawei telecoms gear from the core of new mobile networks
  • The country’s telecoms carriers have three years to make the needed changes

Topic |   5G
An engineer from mobile services provider EE, owned by telecommunications carrier BT Group, checks Huawei Technologies’ 5G equipment, bottom centre, during network trials in London on March 15, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg An engineer from mobile services provider EE, owned by telecommunications carrier BT Group, checks Huawei Technologies’ 5G equipment, bottom centre, during network trials in London on March 15, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
An engineer from mobile services provider EE, owned by telecommunications carrier BT Group, checks Huawei Technologies’ 5G equipment, bottom centre, during network trials in London on March 15, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
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