Everything Everywhere – EE Limited has turned the 5G Network on in following cities nad places across Britain United Kingdom:
Bath, Bath’s Royal Crescent, Birkenhead, Bransholme, Bury, Chelmsford, Cheshunt, Clevedon, Clydebank, Dartford, Dinnington, Loughborough, Loughton, London Bridge, Motherwell, North Shields, Rochester, Rotherham, Rugeley, Swadlincote, South Shields, Staines, Thornton Heath railway station and Waltham Cross
“We have 5G coverage in more places than any other operator and remain focused on connecting even more towns and cities in 2020 and beyond to keep our customers connected in the busiest places”Marc Allera, chief executive of BT’s consumer division (which includes EE)
This week, the british government confirmed that EE and its competitors have agreed to join the Shared Rural Network project to expand rural mobile network coverage across the entire UK.
The goal is to achieve 95% 4G coverage of the UK by the end of 2025 (up from 65% in 2018). The burden of expanding 4G networks to the hardest-to-reach areas will be shouldered by all four operators, which have agreed to share some infrastructure