U.K.’s 4G pushes forward, with 17 new locales on tap
Residents in an additional 17 towns and cities in the U.K. will have the option of signing up for EE’s 4G LTE network by March 2013.
Everything Everywhere — a collaboration between mobile operators Orange and T-Mobile — launched the United Kingdom’s first 4G network in October this year. Although these two carriers still exist, for next-generation data speeds EE is one of the only options currently available.
In addition to extending 4G coverage, the company said it plans to upgrade its 3G network to DC-HSPA, which will result in faster speeds for non-4G customers, including those on…
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