EE speeds up its 4G network promises 80Mbps top speed

09 April, 2013 | Comments (48) | Post your comment

Tags: EE, 4G

Everything Everywhere, which is popularly known as EE, will be increasing the data speeds across its 4G network. The company claims the maximum speeds will reach 80Mbps, while the average speeds will be increased to 20Mbps.

EE will be increasing its network capacity to 20MHz by June for the 4G consumers in 10 cities - Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, Edinburgh, Sheffield, Manchester, London and Liverpool.

The good news for all the EE consumers is that the data caps and the pricing will remain the same despite the increased speeds. Of course you will now be able to use all your allotted data twice as fast, so be careful with your downloads.





EE speeds up its 4G network promises 80Mbps top speed - reader comments

  • Ethos

speeds up that we ll use LIMITED DATA EVER SOONER to go over limit and pay astronomical money for every each megabyte .. very cheeky clever EE :-D

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  • 2013-04-11 22:03
  • mpmX
  • jayk

HEy, do someone knows what happened to Orange?

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  • 2013-04-11 20:30
  • Ld9G
  • Vanko

lol ;) nice one :) i already have screenshots with 30Mbps on their current network :) can't imagine what doubling this would be like :) 80meg - damn thing will be faster than my Virgin Fibre Optic home broadband ;) :D wow

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  • 2013-04-11 16:00
  • mx4c