EE is Converting 3G Airwaves to 4G For Better Connections

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Today, mobile network EE has announced that it will be converting its 3G airwaves into a 4G signal that will allow for higher mobile internet speeds and better reliability for its users.

Over the next six months, EE will set about reworking over 500 3G mobile towers to allow them to provide a 4G signal. There are now more calls made via EE’s 4G signal than on 3G, with 3G usage steadily declining. The company already has the biggest 4G “footprint” compared to any other UK network, and this update will make that reach even bigger.

The upgrade will focus on hotspots in the UK, primarily around cities, where the demand for high-speed mobile internet is greatest. The sites of the


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