EE is rolling out its high-speed 4G connection to the seaside town of Rhyl, in Wales as part of a push that takes the number of towns on the network to 200.
Rhyl is the firm's 200th 4G location following a rollout of the service in a dozen other towns. The other locations are Armadale, Bishop Auckland, Brighouse, Cumbernauld, Hamilton, Kirkintilloch, Larne, Newry, Peterlee, Staines, Stockton-on-Tees and Washington.
Olaf Swantee, CEO of EE, said: "Today we switch on our 200th 4G town just 18 months after pioneering the service in the UK. We now have over two million customers using superfast 4G. That's the fastest rollout and uptake of any technology in Britain, and means that the UK's mobile digital infrastructure is now ahead of many other nations. We're proud to have been the driving force that made that happen, but we won't stop there.
"Our continued drive to deliver 4G to more of the UK means that our customers have access to by far the biggest network in the country. Hitting this landmark highlights that 4G from EE is available wherever people need it – at home, at work, or enjoying the sunshine on the beach in Rhyl, our 200th town."
EE claimed that it has taken 4G high speeds to 72 percent of the UK population.
Last month EE was rolling out 4G in a dozen other towns, as well as railway commuter routes from Edinburgh to Glasgow and Cardiff to Swansea.
Also in March the firm was blaming 'gremlins' for downtime and connection problems that left its customers fuming.
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