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EE hits 2 million 4G customers milestone in the UK


EE or Everything Everywhere! It was the first cellular network provider that brought 4G LTE to the UK. Its primary target for 2013 was to reach one million customers, under its 4G network.

Well, the Company in a press release earlier today announced that not only did it achieve its goal, but surpassed it by double. The cellular now has 2 million people from the island, using 4G. It has also mentioned that its network offer 70 percent coverage for 4G in the UK, and the company plans to expand this further throughout the year.

“Our 4G launch in October 2012 marked a new era for mobile users, allowing consumers and businesses to do much more on the move.” EE CEO, Olaf Swantee said in a statement.

“We’re incredibly proud of being the first UK operator to bring 4G to the UK and, in just over a year, exceeding our target by reaching two million 4G customers across the country. We continue to have particular success converting our existing base to 4G, with approximately two out of three new 4G customers moving over from Orange and T-Mobile plans.”


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Source: EE

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