News by Andrew Kameka on Thursday February 07, 2013.
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British operator EE has the current distinction of having the only 4G LTE network in the U.K., and the company today announced that it will widen that lead by expanding into several more markets before its rivals have a chance to introduce a competitive 4G network.
EE plans to cover more than 65 cities and towns throughout the U.K. by June, which would raise the coverage area from 45 percent of the population to 55 percent. Beginning in April and concluding in June, the following areas will receive 4G LTE service:
- Milton Keynes
- Royal Tunbridge Wells
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