4G now covers half the UK population as EE's super-fast Internet connection arrives in thirteen more towns, taking the total to fifty.
4G EE hits the airwaves today in Bradford, Bingley, Doncaster, Dudley, Harpenden, Leicester, Lichfield, Loughborough, Luton, Reading, Shipley, St Albans and West Bromwich.
EE says that total of 50 towns and cities will climb to 80 by the end of June. The goal is to cover 70 per cent of the population by the end of this year, and 98 per cent by the end of 2014.
EE, the network formed by the merger of Orange and T-Mobile, is the first British 4G LTE network. EE launched late last year, but has remained cagey about the number of people that have signed up. The network has also received some stick over the low data allowances in many of its price plans.
Rival network Three has taken a different tack, promising not to charge any extra for 4G speed. But EE has a headstart over rivals for a while yet, as other networks have only just bought their slice of 4G frequency from the government in the recent spectrum auction.
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