EE has boosted its mobile coverage across London’s rail network in preparation for the return of commuters and travellers.
The UK’s largest mobile operator has built almost 70 new 4G mobile sites – with hundreds more planned – across London’s key rail routes.
Connectivity has been improved on seven sections of the London Euston to Birmingham New Street route, and six between London Victoria and Brighton. Other lines to see upgrades include London Paddington to Reading, and London Liverpool Street to Chelmsford.
David Salam, Director of Mobile Networks at EE, said:
“We’ve made huge improvements to key routes in and out of London to keep our customers connected as restrictions begin to ease and the number of workers and visitors returning to the city increases.
Whether listening to music or podcasts, streaming the latest movies, or gaming with friends, our network has been…