EE: More UK towns added to 4G mobile services

Wednesday, May 1st 2013

12 more towns in the UK get 4G mobile broadband network. Thanks to EE as businesses and consumers in 62 locations will now be able to access super fast mobile services. New locations that are now enabled with the service are Aylesbury, Billericay, Berkhamsted, Blackpool, Brentwood, Huddersfield, Dewsbury, Marlow, Lytham St Annes, Thame, Pontefract and Windsor. Studies show that 50% of the population in the UK is now covered with EE network. 18 more cities and towns will be added and come online by June 2013.

According to EE the spectrum in 1,800MHz frequency band using 4G rollout is moving ahead of schedule. The rollout of the first 4G mobile network in the UK is moving at a faster pace so as to provide businesses and consumers will faster connectivity. According to the Chief Executive of EE, 4G will be rolled out to 98% of the population before the end of 2014. It is set to achieve a target of one million customers by this year end.

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