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County Council could potentially save money with two way radio instead of mobile phones

We believe that the county council could save money by using two way radio to replace its expensive mobile phone costs. One example is sheltered housing, where elderly people are give mobile phones to ring in to their carers on a regular basis.

Using the excellent national radio repeater network elderly people could be given a compact modern two way radio which would not have call charges and therefore could be used more regularly to confirm that they were alright.

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