A new study has showed EE to be the fastest mobile broadband provider in Glasgow.
Research conducted by RootMetrics - which conducted 31,000 mobile performance tests in Scotland's second city - found that EE's network achieved average downloads of 13.2Mb and average uploads of 7.7Mb.
The study also recorded the speeds achieved by Vodafone, O2 and Three, but EE's average was almost 4Mb faster than its nearest rival.
As well as topping the speed charts, EE was also found to be the best performer in the mobile internet and call performance charts.
EE first rolled out 4G mobile broadband in Glasgow in October 2012, and launched double-speed services in July 2013 - upgrading mobile connectivity for dongle and tablet users.
According to the service provider, 4G broadband allows Glaswegian residents and businesses to access the web on the go in an instant, download large email attachments quicker than ever, hold video calls, watch live TV on the move without buffering, and play live multiplayer games.
Previous RootMetrics studies have shown EE to be the fastest mobile broadband provider in a number of other UK cities, including London, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Belfast.