EE to push 4G to 95 per cent of UK's landmass by 2020

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BT-owned EE to exceed government targets to bring 4G to 95 per cent of UK
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BT-owned EE to exceed government targets to bring 4G to 95 per cent of UK

EE call centre jobs also being brought back onshore, promises EE

BT-owned mobile operator EE has promised to boost 4G connectivity on its network from 60 per cent of the UK land mass to 95 per cent by 2020 - with a big jump over to 92 per cent by the end of 2017...

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