EE more than doubled its 4G customer base during the second quarter of 2013, it has been revealed.
The broadband provider attracted another 369,000 super-fast mobile broadband subscribers between April and June, taking the total to 687,000.
At the end of the first quarter, EE - which launched next-generation mobile services in October 2012 - had a total of 318,000 customers.
The firm is continuing to extend the reach of its 4G network, revealing earlier this week that services have gone live in another ten UK towns.
As such, consumers and businesses in 95 urban centres can now take advantage of EE's next-generation mobile broadband, with double-speed 4G available in 15.
The firm's fixed-line home broadband service attracted another 10,000 net customers during the second quarter of the year, taking the total to 704,000.
This represented a significant improvement on the 1,000 net additions achieved between January and March 2013.