Vodafone's 4G mobile broadband services are now available in 233 towns and cities across the UK.
The service provider is continuing to extend the reach of its next-generation network, ensuring mobile device users have improved connectivity.
Vodafone is continuing to add new 4G locations, with parts of East & West Sussex, Greater Manchester, Hertfordshire, London, Surrey, Tyne & Wear, West Yorkshire and the West Midlands benefiting from recent deployments.
Brighton, Stockport, Watford, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, Epsom, Sunderland, West Bromwich, Dudley and Wakefield are among the latest towns to gain Vodafone 4G services.
Speaking to Mobile, a spokesperson for the broadband provider said it is continuing to extend its super-fast mobile broadband footprint.
"Rollout of our 4G services is part of more than £1 billion we are spending on our network and services across the country this year," the representative stated.
"We are committed to providing indoor and outdoor coverage using 2G, 3G and 4G services to 98 per cent of the UK population by the end of 2015."