Rhyl gets 4G internet

Friday, April 25th 2014
The north Wales town of Rhyl will now be covered by EE's 4GEE internet offering.
Rhyl gets 4G internet
Leading UK digital communications company EE has announced that Rhyl, north Wales, has had its 4G connection switched on.

The Welsh town has now become the 200th place in the UK to benefit from improved mobile infrastructure.

EE also announced that a number of other towns have had their 4G set live, including Armadale, Bishop Auckland, Brighouse, Cumbernauld, Hamilton Kirkintilloch, Larne, Newry, Peterlee and Staines.

Olaf Swantee, chief executive of EE, said: "Our continued drive to deliver 4G to more of the UK means that our customers have access to by far the biggest network in the country."

EE policy means that a town isn't considered "switched on" until at least 80 per cent of its area is covered by mobile arrays, so the vast majority of residents in 4GEE towns should be able to access the infrastructure.

Most large towns and cities in the UK now have 4G.

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