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UK businesses will be some of the main beneficiaries of 4G mobile services, according to broadband provider EE.

The firm - which this week launched its 4G network across 11 UK cities - believes both small and large businesses will be able to achieve productivity gains via super-fast mobile broadband.

Small businesses will be able to work with greater agility and flexibility, EE noted, since workers will have access to much faster download and upload speeds on the move.

"Checking emails, downloading documents and video calling on the go will be unbelievably quick from now on," the broadband provider stated.

"4G also allows you to do things you could never do before. Like video conferencing on location, uploading massive files to websites and streaming HD clips in meetings. It’s all now possible."

Large companies will also be able to reap these benefits, while taking advantage of a larger and more reliable mobile broadband network.

Employees will be able to move seamlessly between various sites - potentially across different cities - without their productivity being hampered by a lack of connectivity.

EE said that with 4G mobile broadband devices - such as dongles and Mi-Fi - companies will be able to access super-fast speeds on the laptops, tablets and phones they already own.

The firm explained that its Secure Mobility solution enables mobile workers to operate in a safe environment, with confidential data kept away from prying eyes.

"It is a complete end-to-end solution, giving you the enhanced remote working capabilities you demand, with peace of mind and no added workload for IT departments," EE noted.

This means that companies can embrace bring your own device schemes with greater confidence, maintaining critical levels of network and data security.

They can also support efficient remote working through secure server access and the effective management of applications, email and web access.

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