Nine more towns just had their mobile data speeds given a kick in the pants as EE, Britain's first 4G network, expands its 4G LTE coverage.
The lucky nine are Amersham, Bolton, Chelmsford, Hemel Hempstead, Southend-on-Sea, Stockport, Sunderland, Sutton Coldfield and Wolverhampton.
That makes a total of 27 towns and cities covered by EE, the phone network formed from the merger between Orange and T-Mobile. EE promises more towns will also be connected by the end of March, including Bradford, Coventry, Rotherham, Watford and West Bromwich.
Mobile coverage is never entirely certain so whack your postcode into EE's coverage checker before you shell out for a 4G contract.
EE has drawn flak for its pricing, or more specifically the amount of data you get for each pricey contract. The network responded this month by adding a new cheapest tariff and a 20GB data deal.
The latest addition to EE's LTE lineup is the new BlackBerry Z10, announced yesterday and on sale today. Other phones and tablets that connect to the Web pretty darn quick include the iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Press play below for our speed test of the first phones on the network:
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