EE has continued its 4G mobile broadband rollout by activating services in 14 more UK towns.
Super-fast mobile broadband is now available in Mansfield, Swinton, Jarrow, Kirkby, Wishaw, Ilkeston and Castleford.
EE has also launched 4G in Walton-On-Thames, Totton, Carrickfergus, Newton Abbot, Wimborne Minster, Ramsbottom and Dumbarton.
This means that, in total, the firm is offering super-fast mobile broadband in 229 large towns and cities across the UK.
"Whether you’re sampling whisky in the distilleries of Western Scotland or enjoying clotted cream in Devon, you can now keep in touch with friends and family and upload pictures of the tasty regional delicacies," EE stated.
Olaf Swantee, Chief Executive at the broadband provider, said the firm is continuing to invest in bringing super-fast 4G and the best quality of phone calls to more places.
Next-generation mobile services are now available "in all four corners of the UK", he claimed.
"We are switching on hundreds of 4G sites, and upgrading as many 2G and 3G sites, each month," Mr Swantee stated.
"Many of those are in rural areas where there is a real demand for voice and data services."