EE has rolled out 4G services to another 18 towns across the UK, bringing the total number of areas able to access the faster mobile services to 281. It means over 75 percent of the UK is now able to access the EE network.
The new locations include the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst as well as Helensburgh in Scotland, Holywood in Northern Ireland, and Prestatyn in Wales.
Abingdon, Ashton-In-Makerfield, Brownhills, Corringham, Faversham, Fleetwood, Formby, Hebburn, Hoddesdon, Hythe, Spennymoor, Tilbury, Waltham Abbey and Wombourne are the other locations now online.
Spencer McHugh, director of brand at EE, touted the latest rollout as proof that the company is pushing its 4G network as far as possible.
"Our ongoing 4G roll out means that our customers have access to by far the biggest network in the country. Whether you’re at work or on the go, 4GEE lets you do so much more," he said.
Earlier this week EE unveiled a new offering aimed at giving businesses the ability to flexibly add SIMs for as little as 30 days to their accounts, in an effort to let people scale their mobile needs as and when required.
The company is also planning on rolling out 300Mbps speeds next year around London and is even planning to test 400Mbps services as it looks to boost its network even further in the years ahead.
To make use of the 300Mbps 4G speeds, EE customers will need to have a Cat 6 smartphone, a list that includes the iPhone 6, Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4. However, the iPhone 6 Plus does not come with support for 300Mbps 4G speeds.
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