The 5G antenna shall be positioned on the roof of the kindergarten in Studying

Plans to install a 5G antenna on the roof of a kindergarten in Reading have been approved.

Mobile Broadband Network Limited’s plans to replace six antennas on the building at 12 Portman Road were approved by Reading Borough Council on February 3rd.

The three-story building currently inhabited by Bubbles @ The Globe Day Nursery has a telecommunications base station on the roof.

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According to the plans, the new antenna will improve 2G, 3G and 4G coverage in the area and provide 5G coverage.

According to a report from the council: “The updated infrastructure offers high download speeds for mobile devices and more reliable, faster telephone connections, as well as an increase in the capacity to provide services to a larger number of people at the same time and an improved service for the emergency network.

“The telecommunications base station is shared by the mobile operators EE and Hutchinson 3G.”

It is also said that this project will “reduce the need for multiple pylons located elsewhere” in the local area.

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Nobody formally contradicted the plans.

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