Everything Everywhere, or EE for short have today announced that they will be rolling out a new LTE-A (LTE Advanced) service in London and within the M25.

Providing data speeds of up to Mbit/s, the new LTE-A service will allow EE customers to access a much faster service whilst in London, as long as they have a compatible handset anyway.

The service is also capable of handling more users at once, so it should make for a better service within the capital.

EE have already started to launch the LTE-A service in inner London’s Tech City, or rather the Silcon Roundabout, and will be rolling out coverage for the service over the next few weeks.

At the moment there’s no news on any plans to expand the LTE-A service outside of London, but given that not many handsets in the UK actually support LTE-A, it’s not something you should be worrying about too much yet.

EE are also continuing to roll out normal LTE service across the entirety of the UK.

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