EE’s 4G service can now reach half of the UK population in 50 towns and cities after their March 28th roll-out. Thirteen new locations can now receive the next level of mobile communication, bringing the EE 4G network to approximately 31million people. These include Leicester, St. Albans, Luton, Doncaster and Bradford.
There are also plans to improve the 4G coverage in areas in which the service has already been launched. On top of this, a further 27 locations are scheduled to receive the service by the end of June, including Milton Keynes, Huddersfield, Colchester, Wigan and Basildon. It is expected that by the end of 2013, 4G will reach 70% of the UK population.