EE, formerly known as Everything Everywhere has debuted its new 4G networks, which promises a much faster and more consistent Internet connection for our devices than the current 3G connections. 4G or LTE is poised to become a new standard soon. EE is the only network offering 4G speeds in the United Kingdom today.
Southampton is the first among the 11 cities to recieve high speed mobile broadband,five more locations will be added by the holidays. EE says it will be adding about 2,000 square miles or two million people per month, eventually covering 98 percent of UK by the end of 2014.
Mobile plans for the new service start at 500MB for £36 a month and go up to 8GB for £56. Customers will also get to download or stream one film per week from the company’s new EE Film service without cutting into that allowance. EE is claiming averages of 8–12Mbps — “five times” faster than the country’s existing 3G service.