EE mobile broadband customers can now benefit from faster services thanks to the switching on of 4G across several UK locations.
As part of its nationwide rollout, the telecoms provider has announced that its superfast 4G service is going live in 12 more towns, bringing the total to 187 and reaching all four corners of the UK.
From today, EE's mobile dongle users will benefit from significantly faster speeds in Northern Ireland (Antrim, Coleraine and Newtownabbey), Wales (Bridgend and Pontypool), Scotland (Livingstone) and England (Burnley, Leigh, Macclesfield, Nuneaton, Sittingbourne and Tamworth).
Olaf Swantee, Chief Executive Officer at EE, said the company's 4G rollout is continuing at an "industry-leading pace" and reaching an increasing number of people across the UK.
"We're connecting major towns to make sure that consumers, commuters and businesses have 4G where they live and where they work," he added.
In addition to expanding its 4G network into new areas, EE is also focusing on switching on new 4G sites in cities and towns that already receive the service, to improve the customer experience.
This includes the upgrading of key routes between Edinburgh and Glasgow, and Cardiff and Swansea, which will go live this week.