EE is adding the newto its super-fast LTE line-up of smart phones and tablet, as 4G takes over 12 more towns across England and Wales.
Ashton-under-Lyne, Chatham, Gillingham, High Wycombe, Merthyr Tydfil, Oldham, Oxford, Rochester, Runcorn, Sale, Stafford and Wigan are served by 4G from today.
That takes the number of towns and cities covered by EE's 4G service to 74 after seven months as the only 4G network in Britain. Aroundthus far.
The range of 4G LTE phones and devices include the iPhone 5, , , , the new , and the even newer announced today, not to mention assorted dongles. If you're still on the fence about 4G -- perhaps you're not sure about the data limits -- EE has just introduced so you can try it for a month without committing.
Other 4G networks are on their way, but don't hold your breath. The other networks snapped up billions of pounds of 4G-flavoured airwaves in the recent government auction, but are yet to launch a rival 4G service:, while Three has said it will wait and see.
Meanwhile, the march of progress continues as. The next generation of mobile Internet can hit 1Gbps in tests already, and could launch in 2020 or so.
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