4GEE, the U.K.’s first — and still, its only — 4G network, owned by carrier EE, is continuing to grow its coverage footprint. Currently the network reaches less than half (45 per cent) of the U.K.’s population but by the summer EE will have built it out to cover a majority (55 per cent) of the U.K.’s people.
EE’s rivals are in the process of bidding for spectrum to build their own 4G networks, with the earliest timeframe for the likes of O2 and Vodafone to launch their own 4G networks being Spring/Summer, according to telecoms regulator Ofcom’s auction timetable. Which means that EE will be able to claim its network reaches a majority of the U.K.’s population while its rivals are still scrambling to get off the starting blocks.
EE said today it would be switching on a further 27 towns and cities by June as it builds out coverage…
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