Last week, Everything Everywhere (EE) announced its plan to extend 4G LTE coverage to 17 cities and towns around the UK in March 2013. Included in this announcement were the cities of Newport, Reading, Rotherham, and St Albansm whose citizens rejoiced at the new of faster wireless speeds.
This company had first launched it 4G LTE services in October of this year and has expanded throughout the UK ever since. Known as UK’s most advanced digital communications company and the first to offer fast 4G mobile services along with broadband, EE is compatible with T Mobile and Orange mobile devices.
When EE first launched its new service upgrade, they were criticized for persistent problems with the 4G LTE service. One popular complaint was that customers were left without service for extended periods of time. Now, however, the company has made the necessary adjustments to their services by upgrading to faster speeds and better coverage. In addition, EE has also upgraded its density and back haul to improve the reliability as well as the performance of the network. EE also plans to upgrade its 3G network to DC-HSPA, so non-4G customers, including those on the T-Mobile and Orange networks, can use their devices at much faster speeds.
In accordance with the new upgrade, EE introduced the UK’s first 4G tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE as well as the Nexus 7 as their included 4G LTE products. These are just a few products expected to benefit from this service change.
So the next time you take a holiday trip to the UK, you can expect to see an upgrade thanks to EE.