This story caught my attention in the Telegraph this morning.
“3G homes?” I thought, “Geez, I’ve really missed this one… could mobile operators be installing 7.2 meg picocells in homes across the UK?”
Well, no. Turns out that a “3G” home isn’t quite what I was thinking:
More than 80,000 homes in Britain are housing three generations of the same family due to a lack of money.
Many of the so-called “3G” homes are the result of people retiring with insufficient pensions, forcing them to sell their homes to pay for their retirement, says a study by Prudential, the financial services group.
Right. So, no 7.2 meg picocells…