UK network EE has announced that it has now connected one million people to its superfast 4G LTE network, four months ahead of when the company initially expected to reach this milestone.
The network, which was formed as a joint venture between Orange and T-Mobile, was the first to offer 4G to British mobile users, with its services going live on 30 October last year. The company now boasts a roster of more than 100 towns and cities that are covered by the network.
However, several other major carriers have now joined the fray, with O2 and Vodafone having recently unveiled their 4G plans. With some attractive offers such as free access to Spotify and Sky Sports amongst the deals now on offer, EE has some stiff competition lining up against it.