The UK’s first 4G LTE network, so called EE (Everything Everywhere), is now live for both consumers and business users to enjoy in 11 cities in the country; with that coverage increasing by 2000 square miles (or two million people) every month, states the network.
That said; initially the service is rolling out Bristol, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Sheffield and Southampton; though the 5 more cities will be added before Christmas – as the EE aims to bring the LTE service to 98% of the population by the end of 2014.
Moving on, the plans start at £36 a month, and that’s for a puny 500MB of data allowance; though the data can be scaled up to 8GB for £56 – for averages of 8–12Mbps speeding pleasure.
Anyone exciting for this “five times” faster than the country’s existing 3G service?
Source: Everything Everywhere