Countryside 4G coming courtesy of EE

Jamie Feltham
November 11, 2013

EE is on a roll with elaborate 4G announcements right now. First we heard about the world’s fastest connections, then the huge data bundles for businesses, and now the company is bringing countryside 4G.

To be specific, EE is launching 4G broadband in rural Cumbria. The cows need no longer come home to get online, then.

The new countryside 4G will cover 2,000 residents and businesses in the area. On top of all of that a promotional plan is offering 20GB of data for just £25 a month. Additional bundles will also be available, starting at 2GB for £7,50, 4GB for £10 and 10GB for £15. You can also grab the Huawei B953 router for £69.99.

Where will EE bring its connections next? Space? We’re thinking it’s space. For more on EE’s coverage you can check out it’s site.

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Jamie Feltham

Videogamer, music listener, squash player, exerciser, technology journalister. Multimedia journalism graduate, writing for the What Mobile mag and website

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