EE is to launch a new 4G-powered home broadband service this autumn, it has been announced.
The service provider is looking to increase the reach of its super-fast mobile network by offering 4G connectivity outside the major urban areas.
From November, 4G-based home broadband products and plans tailored for rural parts of the UK will be launched.
These super-fast deals will look to improve connectivity for households in areas not served by a fibre-enabled exchange.
EE said the new 4G home broadband service will offer "huge benefits" to people living and working in rural areas.
"[It] reaffirms EE’s commitment to bringing 4G to as many people as possible," the broadband provider claimed.
"Further details on the plans will be announced in due course."
EE's 4G services are now available across 60 per cent of the UK, encompassing 117 towns and cities.