EE have today announced that they will be rolling out new shared 4G plans later this summer, not giving any specific details, the carrier says that the plans will allow customers to share phone, text and data access across all of the phones or tablets that are linked to their plan, so basically a family could simply pay for a single plan instead of a few separate ones.

Alongside which, EE also mentioned that they now have 500,000 customers signed up to their 4G plans, which have built up since the carrier first launched in the UK seven months ago.

And to top it all of EE also announced that they will be doubling the 4G speed in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, and Sheffield within the next couple of weeks, allowing for speeds up to 80Mbps.

And that by the end of June they say they are still working on the plan for its network to cover 55% of the UK population by the end of June, launching in Aberdeen, Bath, Bournemouth, Brighton, Cambridge, Ipswich, Middlesbrough, Northampton, Norwich, Poole, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Swansea and York soon.

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