Our base stations (including their masts and antennas) comply with national regulations or, where these do not exist, to the internationally recognised guidelines of the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO).

We constantly work to improve our mobile network to meet customer demand. Where demand is high, additional radio antennas may be added to a base station. While most people welcome the improved coverage and services this brings, we recognise that expanding our network by installing new base stations or additional antennas on our masts can generate questions from local communities. These questions are usually about the visual impact of base stations and masts or about base stations and health. We are committed to responding openly and transparently to address those concerns.