O2 customers may see things differently, but the German head of Telefónica is sure. No other operator will do more for its own network, and O2 will be ahead of the others when it expands. There are still dead spots.
An investment of up to four billion euros in cellular communication will be made in Telefónica in the coming years. Odds must be “at least as high, if not higher” than the competition. To use the money effectively in expanding the network, a faster construction law will help. The goal is to set the radio masts up high without permission to make dead spots in the O2 network disappear.