These nine towns include Wolverhampton, Sutton Coldfield, Sunderland, Stockport, Southend-on-Sea, Hemel Hempstead, Chelmsford, Bolton, and Amersham.
With the inclusion of these nine new towns, the merging of Orange and T-Mobile now offers 4G LTE data to a total of twenty-seven towns and cities. EE also promises that it will be providing 4G coverage for the towns of West Bromwich, Watford, Rotherham, Conventry, and Bradford towards the end of March.
To make sure EE provides 4G coverage in your area, you can enter postcode on EE’s coverage checker. Do this before you sign up with the network operator.
4G devices on EE’s lineup include the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE, the Nokia Lumia 920, and the iPhone 5. The Blackberry Z10 has been recently added to this lineup. The best choice among these smartphones is the Galaxy S3 LTE since it can be used on other 4G networks, unlike the iPhone 5, which can only be used on EE’s 4GEE network. Rival network operators are expected to launch their 4G services later during the year.
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