Everything Everywhere (EE) has extended its 4G network to more than 100 UK towns and cities within ten months of launch.
The Lancashire town of Accrington was named as the 100th UK location, with the company’s 4GEE service also being switched on in Ashford, Bicester, Colchester, Guildford, Milton Keynes, Redhill, Sevenoaks, Royal Tunbridge Wells and Woking. EE 4G coverage is now available in 105 towns and cities, bringing service to what the company describes as ‘the homes and businesses of 60% of the UK population’.
Olaf Swantee, EE’s Chief Executive Officer, said “As the pioneers of 4G in the UK, we've made a commitment to deliver not only the biggest 4G network, but the fastest too. It's a commitment we're delivering on day in, day out for the people and businesses of Britain. Today we reach our 100th 4G town and double the 4G speeds in five more locations. But we're not stopping there. With more devices, more unique plans and more coverage than ever before, 4G from EE really is paving the way for the UK's digital revolution.”