UK’s 4G Network Will Cover Half Of Country By Summer

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1:19 PM EDT February 7th, 2013

The UK’s first 4G Network – EE – has announced that its service will be extended to a further 27 towns by June 2013. This will bring the service to more than 65 towns and cities across the country. That is more than 55% of the British population.

The 4G rollout, which offers customers speeds up to five times faster than 3G, is proving a huge success with UK businesses, including Addison Lee, Foxtons, Gatwick Airport, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Kier, Microsoft, Morrisons, Sony Music, TNT Post and Urban Outfitters.

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