Three more areas of the UK are now able to access 4G mobile internet services after UK Broadband switched on networks in Reading, Swindon and Southwark.
The services are can be accessed either directly from routers equipped for 4G or through the use of 4G-enabled dongles that create a Wi-Fi service for users with smartphones, laptops and tablets to logon to when on the move.
Nicholas James, chief executive of UK Broadband, said the rollouts would prove of enormous benefit to both consumers and businesses alike.
"In terms of business benefits, this service can be either the primary superfast internet connection or provide the secondary or resilient connection to ensure that local businesses and organisations are connected at all times," he said.
"Being always connected is now an essential requirement in today's business and increasingly cloud-based world. It can be extremely damaging if a business loses its internet connection."
The service in Swindon will cover a 30 square kilometre area and will run in channels 42 and 43, as defined under worldwide LTE standards.
The services in Southwark were viewed by V3 earlier this year, as we saw the network in action both in use over a laptop with a fixed router and when on the move driving around the borough.
During these tests we saw speeds of over 35Mbit/s for fixed services and over 10MBit/s for mobile access.
The availability of 4G in these three areas comes after a busy week for the mobile industry after crunch talks between operators and the government saw several issues resolved and the auctions for spectrum brought forward by six months.
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