EE now has 10.9 million 4G customers on its network and remains on track to have 14 million people using its high-speed mobile services by the end of 2015.
The operator has also added another 600 corporate customers to its network to reach 8,300 firms. New customers using 4G services include Abercrombie & Fitch, Lufthansa, Yorkshire Water and thetrainline.com.
However, while 4G uptake remains strong, and every new customer joining the network in Q2 chose 4G services, the remaining 20 million of the firm's 30.9 million customer base are still on 3G services.
EE will be hoping to encourage more customers to move to 4G, as 90 percent of the population is able to access its 4G network, an increase of 23 percent on the same time last year. Double-speed 4G also now covers 70 percent of the UK population.
Overall for the quarter EE saw its revenue increase by a slender 0.1 percent to £2,975m, delivering earnings before taxes and interest of £830m.
Chief executive Olaf Swantee highlighted the continuing growth of EE's customer base as evidence that its efforts to encourage growth are paying off, while the number of customers leaving the network for rivals is falling.
“Our established leadership in 4G and key differentiators such as Wi-Fi calling are working well for the business,” he said.
“The business continues to focus squarely on improving customer satisfaction and on cross-selling our innovative range of consumer and B2B 4G connected products.”
Kester Mann, principal analyst for telecoms operators at CCS Insight, said that the results are “impressive”, and that EE's efforts in the fixed broadband space also paid off as it added another 35,000 customers in the quarter.
“With 10.9 million 4G customers, EE remains the largest in-market European 4G operator and is clearly on track to pass its 14 million target at year-end," he added.
EE is the process of being brought by BT in a deal worth £12.5bn, which BT is hoping to have finished by March next year as it asks competition authorities to wave the deal through.
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