EE Launches the UK’s First LTE Network

While LTE has become something many Americans expect, the rest of the world is still just beginning to know the advances seen in the fourth-generation of cellular technology.

Today, EE officially launched the UK’s first LTE, 4G network, with support for six high-end smartphones, including the iPhone 5. Everything Everywhere is a joint venture between Deutsche Telekom and France Télécom (the respective owners and operators of T-Mobile and Orange).

£36 will land one 500MB a month, with more plans being available as one goes higher in price. EE plans to continue to expand and upgrade its coverage of the UK. With more LTE networks available worldwide, the adoption and advancement of LTE chipsets and devices will only continue to grow exponentially.

[9to5mac]

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