Vodafone brings its 4G to Greater London

Jamie Feltham
October 9, 2013

More 4G expansion this morning, as Vodafone brings its super speedy service to the Greater London area.

A few weeks ago the company launched 4G across five other UK cities, but now it’s expanding on the capital. The expansion now covers some 80 towns and districts around London. The service now spans from Harlow up north, to Dorking down south. Vodafone brings its service further still, reaching Dartford in the east to Windsor in the west. The south east is slowly growing into one huge 4G spot, it would seem.

The company also announced that Liverpool will be getting 4G next week on October 17th. Following that, Glasgow will get in on the action on October 24th. It’s all part of Vodafone’s plan to have 98 percent of the country covered in a 4G blanket by 2015.

We’ve been testing the speed of Vodafone’s service up against EE’s much-touted coverage. You can check the results in this month’s mag. For more on Vodafone’s service, check its coverage map.

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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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