CEO tells MWC UK now has some of the fastest 4G in Europe

EE has experienced sales growth of 10% every week since launching 4G in November, nike tn with over 1,000 UK businesses in the UK now using the technology. air jordan 8 In his keynote speech at the MWC, UGG Men For Sale EE CEO Olaf Swantee told the audience the network is seeing average speeds of more than 16Mbps and peak speeds of 50Mbps on a regular basis, nike femme New Balance 990 Baskets adding: “That’s some of the fastest 4G speeds in Europe.” Swantee said: “With 4G taking off with EE in the UK and from other operators across Europe, nike foamposite nike air max 2016 femme I believe we are on the cusp of something very special – a golden age of mobile. chaussures new balance adidas soldes It’s clear that the network is back as the hero of the mobile industry. nike chaussure Superfast and super reliable, New Balance Homme it allows you to do more, ugg shoe sale outlet play more, basket air jordan soldes trade more. “And that always connected, Nike Air Max bw Baskets asics pas cher superfast network is having a major impact on what people can do with their devices and, mens nike air max therefore, ugg mens outlet Nike Air Max LTD how manufacturers are designing their kit. adidas neo “It’s clear that the mobile industry – and the superfast network in particular – is at the very centre of industry and enterprise in the 21st century.” Swantee also advised that the average 4G customer uses 1.4GB of data per month and over a quarter of EE’s 4G traffic is video based,


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