EE Launches UK's First 4G LTE Networks

UK's Carrier Everything Everywhere (EE) is rolling out 4th generation of mobile networks in UK. At first they will be bringing LTE networks to 11 Cities. As reported earlier, they are first to roll out LTE networks in UK. EE says it will be adding about 2,000 square miles or 2 Million People per month, eventually covering nearly 98 percent by the end of 2014. 

EE's CEO Olaf Swantee said
"Today is a landmark day for our company, the UK mobile industry and, most importantly, the country’s businesses and consumers."
“But this is just the start as our 4G network will continue to grow stronger and wider by the day. We're investing £1.5 billion in our network to be the first company to offer mobile 4G in the UK, alongside the biggest 3G network. Combined with our Fibre Broadband and revolutionary service model we have a pioneering and unique offer to customers across the UK – superfast speeds in the home, superfast speeds on the move and expert service on nearly every high street in Britain.” 

EE's Plans starts at 500MB for £36 a month and scale up to 8GB for £56. In addition to it you can download or stream one movie per week from the company's new Film Service and the best part is the streamed/downloaded data won't cut from your plan. EE claims about 8 to 12 MB per second speed, which they claim to be 5 times faster than their existing 3G network. 
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