EE switches on 4G in 13 more areas, claims half of the UK population now covered

After spending a week relaxing in the Cumbrian countryside, EE’s back on the road, bringing its 4G LTE network to some relatively more populated areas. The company has announced 13 additional locations it’s coating with high-speed coverage today: Bradford, Bingley, Doncaster, Dudley, Harpenden, Leicester, Lichfield, Loughborough, Luton, Reading, Shipley, St Albans and West Bromwich. This brings the total number of regions under the 4G umbrella to 50, which EE claims, coincidentally, now covers 50 percent of UK residents. A higher June rollout target has also been set — switch-flipping is planned in 30 extra towns and cities before the end of that (hopefully) summer month. EE is certainly scrambling to get as much coverage as possible, as well as your business, before any of the other players get a chance to join the 4G club. Oh, and if it’s shiny new handsets you’re after, remember Galaxy S 4 pre-orders are live on EE’s website today.

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