Twelve more towns and cities including Oxford, Wigan and Oldham are among those that can now access superfast 4G services from EE.
The rollout to the new locations, which also include Gillingham, High Wycombe and Merthyr Tydfil, means that 74 locations across the UK are now hooked up to the services after recent rollouts in Blackpool and Windsor.
EE chief executive Olaf Swantee said: "The pace of our 4G network rollout continues to keep us at the forefront of the UK mobile market. Just seven months after launch, we've covered millions of consumers and businesses with one of the fastest mobile networks in the world."
The latesr rollout from EE takes it further ahead of rivals O2 and Vodafone, which are still to launch their 4G services. Auctions for the new 800MHz and 2.6GHz services that these networks will operate concluded in February.
The other six locations added to the network are:
EE recently topped an independent analysis of data networks in Hull and Manchester for its 4G network, with the firm claiming it is on target for a goal of one million 4G customers by the end of the year.
The firm also said it intends to double network speeds in several of the main rollout locations, which should bring speeds of 20Mbps to those on its network.
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