12 more towns get EE 4G service

Sunday, March 30th 2014

As per the recent announcement, EE switched on superfast 4G in 12 more towns benefiting mobile broadband customers of EE. The nationwide rollout to additional towns will bring the total to 187.

Areas such as Antrim, Burnley, Bridgend, Coleraine, Livingston, Leigh, Macclesfield, Newtownabbey, Nuneaton, Tamworth, Sittingbourne and Pontypool now have superfast mobile data service with EE covering more than 70 percent of the area in the UK.

With the new update, EE mobile dongle users in several parts of Wales, Northern Ireland, England and Scotland will be able to access faster broadband speeds. According to Chief Executive Officer at EE, Olaf Swantee, EE is rolling out 4G service and covering large number of people in the UK. Also, 4G service is given to commuters, consumers and businesses of major towns so that it can be used wherever they live or work, he added. EE will not only rollout the service in new areas but also in those areas where 4G services already exists particularly to improve customer’s experience. Areas between Cardiff and Swansea and Edinburgh and Glasgow will be upgraded and will go live this week.


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