On June 10, according to foreign media reports, Vodafone, the world's second-largest mobile operator, said:,If the UK decides to exclude Huawei from telecommunications infrastructure, the UK's desire to lead the world in 5g technology will face a major blow.
Scott petty, chief technology officer of Vodafone UK, said the UK would lose its leadership in 5g if mobile operators had to spend time and money replacing existing devices.
Petty also said the UK government should strive to expand 5g coverage and invest in the next phase of 5g technology, rather than excluding Huawei's equipment.
Vodafone expressed a similar view last year, saying that any move by the UK to ban Huawei supply of all new five G of network equipment would cost the company hundreds of millions of pounds and
In addition, Huawei recently bought full page ads in a number of British newspapers to counter concerns about Huawei's participation in 5g network construction in the country.
Huawei has entered the UK market for 20 years. In January this year, the British government decided to allow Huawei to participate in the construction of what the British government called the non sensitive part of 5g network, but limit its participation to 35%.