11 more towns get EE 4G coverage in the UK
Playing multiplayer, streaming movies, accessing social networks, watching TV, ordering food, online shopping – you name it, you do it in an instant.
Furthermore, EE anticipates to achieve 70% coverage of the population by the end of 2013 and the overwhelming 98% by the end of 2014. What more can you ask for?
source: EE via PR Newswire
1. scriptwriter (Posts: 396; Member since: 13 Nov 2012)
And yet Ashford (kent) still doesn't have it despite EE promising back in febuary that Ashford (and Canterbury, Maidstone and Thanet) would have it by the end of June. The only place in the county of Kent that has 4G is Sheppey (Quotes: Sheppey is a dark place. You must never go there, cimber).
Kent is one of the more populated counties considering its the pathway from London to Mainland Europe. Ashford is also the first place the eurostar trains stop once in the country. Would thought EE would have known this and launched 4G here but apprently not.