EE is the UK’s only 4G LTE network at the moment, and the company has announced that it now has more than 300,000 LTE subscribers in the UK and it is on track to hit 1 million users by the end of the year.
At the moment, EE has a total of 318,000 subscribers, this is five months after the company’s 4G LTE service was launched in the UK, they have been expanding their service throughout the UK over the last few months.
Today’s results are in-line with our expectations, and we are making good progress focusing on high value segments. We’re announcing 318,000 4G customers after just five months of trading, strong postpaid net adds and continued growth in our underlying average revenue per user. We expect to strengthen our industry leadership position in the year ahead as the 4G roll out continues and we introduce double-speed 4GEE.
EE is now available in a total of 50 cities and they plan to roll out to more areas by this summer, it will be interesting to see what happens when the other carriers launch their 4G LTE in the UK this summer.
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