EE launched its 5G network in six major UK cities and today it added six more, plus a number of smaller towns. In addition, the carrier is expanding coverage in the busiest areas in the country.
As of today, EE subscribers in Liverpool, Glasgow, Guildford, Maidstone, Watford and Wolverhampton can use 5G – if they have a 5G-compatible device, of course. You can see EE’s 5G roster here.
Also, high-traffic areas now have 5G coverage, including Bristol Parkway, Cardiff Castle, and London’s Carnaby Street and Camden Market.
Testing by RootMetrics shows EE has wider 5G coverage than its nearest rival, Vodafone. According to the data, 3/4 of tests in London reached 50Mbps or faster, 60% of tests hit at least 100Mbps.
|Testing by RootMetrics|
Here’s the full list of UK cities and towns that have 5G coverage.