EE has continued to extend the reach of its super-fast mobile broadband network.
4G services were launched in 19 more UK towns and cities during October 2014, taking the total to the 300 mark.
Alexandria, Banbury, Biggleswade, Blaydon, Catterick Garrison, Cookstown, Garforth, Greenock, and Holmfirth are among the locations to gain EE 4G.
Super-fast mobile broadband has also gone live in Limavady, Maltby, Oxted, Penicuik, Tring, Waltham Cross, Warminster, Warwick, Winterbourne, and Ystrad Mynach.
As such, three-quarters (75 per cent) of the UK population can now take advantage of EE's next-generation mobile services.
EE’s double-speed 4G network is also expanding across the UK, offering speeds of up to 60Mb to businesses and consumers in more than 20 urban centres.
By the end of 2014, another 20 cities are set to gain access to double-speed EE mobile broadband.
EE's Chief Executive Olaf Swantee said the firm now has "the largest 4G network in Europe".
"We’ll keep investing to make sure that all our customers can get access to the great mobile technology that can make a real difference to the way they live their digital lives," he stated.