U.K. carriers face heavy fines if they break new Huawei 5G ban


Telecommunications companies that use the Chinese firm’s equipment in their networks could be charged up to 10 per cent of their revenue or more than £100,000 a day. Carriers have until 2027 to remove Huawei gear under the Telecommunications Security Bill, introduced Tuesday. (BBC)

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