A mobile phone tower has been installed

At the site of Chemin de Pocheviale, in Jumilhac-le-Grand, a 30-metre-high mobile phone tower was erected…

At the Chemin de Pocheviale site, in Jumilhac-le-Grand, Orange installed a 30-metre-high mobile phone pole on Tuesday 4 June. This installation will provide 4G service from July, when the aerial equipment is installed.

From identifying white zones to deploying towers, the Périgord Joint Digital Consortium works with government services. In Dordogne, from 2005 to 2013, keen to eliminate white zones and cover sectors not covered by private operators, the district council participated in the installation of 42 poles, co-financed by the state.

In January 2018, the government finalized an agreement with private operators: New Deal Mobile, to ensure better mobile coverage for the coming years. Within the framework of this agreement, the Dordogne region received the installation of 114 towers, to which the sites developed by operators to improve their coverage and priority mobility hubs should be added with new towers raised since 2017 since the beginning of By 2024, six new towers have been erected in Section.

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