Continuing its rollout across the UK, Everything Everywhere has expanded its 4G service to nine more towns and cities. As a result, superfast mobile broadband is now available to 45% of the UK.
The following nine towns and cities will see 4G service turned on today:
As Everything Everwhere's monopoly over 4G in the UK will soon be coming to an end, following successful bids for spectrum by all of the major mobile carriers in the country, the network is continuing to aggressively rollout its service to as many people as possible, promising 4G in 72 towns and cities by summer 2013. Given the head start that EE has enjoyed, it will be interesting to see how other carriers compete with it once their own 4G networks are up and running.