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Mobile phone 'not-spots' get £150m from Welsh government

23 August 2013 Last updated at 14:49 BST

A Welsh MP hopes new investment will mean mobile phone "not-spots" in Wales will receive reception.

Some parts of the country are enjoying 4G signals, but there are areas, such as Norton in Powys, that have patchy or no coverage at all.

Roger Williams MP for Brecon and Radnorshire welcomed a £150m boost from the UK government which will target areas with little or no reception.

Sachin Krishnan reports.

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