"They want coverage where nobody lives, while people want coverage where people go," EE's Jones told us. "If you take the limit of 95 per cent geographical coverage you're going to find yourself where nobody has been for years, if ever."
Just remind me, isn't it EE who are supposed to be providing the service for the new Emergency Services comms network?
You know, the one which uses mobile to replace that silly old-fashioned "radio" stuff?
But let's not bother to provide cover in out-of-the way areas, where ooh, I don't know, there might be ramblers or mountain bikers or mountain climbers or drivers or motorcyclists who might need help.
We'll be back to someone running miles to the nearest phone box... Oh wait, they got rid of all those...
Oh, and a final though:
" you're going to find yourself where nobody has been for years, if ever."
I seriously doubt that there is any part of the British Isles which matches that description