After the addition of Hull, Leeds, Newcastle, Nottingham, Sheffield and Sunderland, EE’s 5G network covers 50 cities and towns across the UK. Furthermore, the carrier has turned on the first 5G cells in Northampton, Stevenage and Wakefield.
Several high traffic location were also blanketed with the next generation network – London Euston Station, Cardiff Central Station, Glasgow’s Bath Street and St. Enoch Square, Belfast’s Kingspan Stadium, Coventry’s Council House and Cathedral ruins.
When it started in May, EE planned to have 5G in 16 cities, but it is well ahead of schedule. The new plan is to expand the network to 70 cities and towns by March 2020 when the next wave of 5G devices will arrive.
Independent testing by RootMetrics shows that EE’s 5G network offered the highest average download speeds and highest 5G availability in London, Birmingham and Cardiff.
You can follow the Source link for a complete list of locations with 5G coverage or visit EE’s 5G page for more details on the network, supported devices and data plans.