EE has launched a new 4G Home broadband offering for rural parts of the UK. The plan is to bring 4G to areas of the UK that have previously not had much coverage of mobile broadband and also traditional broadband.
EE have been testing out their 4G Home Broadband in the Northern Fells in Cumbria and they now plan to roll it out to more areas in the UK.
“As our network continues to expand into some of the most remote parts of the UK, we’ve seen the amazing impact that 4G connectivity can have on rural communities. Our newest 4G home broadband router and antenna takes this one step further, ensuring thousands of families in rural areas across the UK could enjoy the benefits of superfast broadband inside their home for the very first time – whether video-calling the grandparents or streaming their favourite TV series.”
The new 4G offering from EE is capable of speeds of up to 100 Mbps and it has the potential to reach more than 580,000 homes in the UK.