The heads of the largest mobile operators in the UK are sitting at home because of the coronavirus

Last week, the head of the British BT Group, the largest telecommunications company in the UK, and owner of the EE operator, Philip Jansen, announced that he had become infected with COVID-19. Shortly before that, he had a meeting with colleagues – O2 UK leaders Mark Evans, Three UK Dave Dyson and Vodafone UK Nick Jeffrey.

According to Philip Jansen, he has a mild illness, so he remains in the ranks and works remotely. Top managers of other operators (in fact, these are all the largest mobile operators in the country) decided not to take risks and followed the example of their colleagues –organized self-isolation and work from home.

It is noted that this will not affect the business in any way.

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Author: Joseph Oladokun

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