What will Brits do all day?
But it's a rumour, so who knows for sure.
Is your hometown on the list?
The claim comes after years of accusations from the U.S. government and repeated denials from Huawei.
The other two are 5G only, so that's going to drive up the price.
Huawei is a privately owned company so fears of spying are unfounded, he says.
You can't magically get 5G if the local masts haven't been turned on.
They have sent a letter stamped with all their heraldic wax seals.
There's been no filings whatsoever relating to 5G capabilities.
The caps applied to "high risk" vendors will still have ramifications for UK companies.
Whatever happened to just accepting the result of a vote?
There are some limitations, but Huawei will still be allowed to provide kit for 5G.
Might cables one day be a thing of the past?
The telecoms operators are pointing to the lack of evidence on the 'threat to security' front.