EE switches on 4G in Brighton

The Argus: EE switches on 4G in Brighton EE switches on 4G in Brighton

4G is going live in Brighton and Hove today for the first time.

The EE has switched on its superfast 4G mobile broadband in the city, promising a faster internet connection on mobile phones, laptops or tablets - five times faster than 3G technology.

Laura Tait Regional Manager for Sussex, EE, said: “4G from EE is like having fibre broadband to your mobile phone, and allows customers to access the content they care about without the frustration of pages being slow to load, or apps not connecting."

Have you noticed a difference? 

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1:05pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Mr Baxter , London says...

I will wait for Three Mobile to launch their 4G service...at NO EXTRA COST, unlike EE
I will wait for Three Mobile to launch their 4G service...at NO EXTRA COST, unlike EE Mr Baxter , London

1:18pm Wed 4 Dec 13

PJW Brighton says...

No! I am in Central Brighton with an EE 4G iPhone and it still only shows a 3G signal.
No! I am in Central Brighton with an EE 4G iPhone and it still only shows a 3G signal. PJW Brighton

1:21pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Cgull says...

No 4G for me.

Am I surprised having been promised last March?

Not in the slightest.
No 4G for me. Am I surprised having been promised last March? Not in the slightest. Cgull

1:43pm Wed 4 Dec 13

PaulOckenden says...

If you look at EE's 4G coverage map the new signal seems to centre on the Lewes Road corridor. Oh, and there's great reception out at sea!
If you look at EE's 4G coverage map the new signal seems to centre on the Lewes Road corridor. Oh, and there's great reception out at sea! PaulOckenden

1:51pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Crystal Ball says...

I find two yoghurt pots and a piece of string are entirely adequate...
I find two yoghurt pots and a piece of string are entirely adequate... Crystal Ball

1:56pm Wed 4 Dec 13

PaulOckenden says...

Crystal Ball wrote:
I find two yoghurt pots and a piece of string are entirely adequate...
I think you'll find one of those is a tampon, Crystal.
[quote][p][bold]Crystal Ball[/bold] wrote: I find two yoghurt pots and a piece of string are entirely adequate...[/p][/quote]I think you'll find one of those is a tampon, Crystal. PaulOckenden

2:07pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Crystal Ball says...

PaulOckenden wrote:
Crystal Ball wrote:
I find two yoghurt pots and a piece of string are entirely adequate...
I think you'll find one of those is a tampon, Crystal.
Never used one but thanks for the tip from experience.
[quote][p][bold]PaulOckenden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Crystal Ball[/bold] wrote: I find two yoghurt pots and a piece of string are entirely adequate...[/p][/quote]I think you'll find one of those is a tampon, Crystal.[/p][/quote]Never used one but thanks for the tip from experience. Crystal Ball

4:00pm Wed 4 Dec 13

BiggerH says...

Mr Baxter , London wrote:
I will wait for Three Mobile to launch their 4G service...at NO EXTRA COST, unlike EE
+1
[quote][p][bold]Mr Baxter , London[/bold] wrote: I will wait for Three Mobile to launch their 4G service...at NO EXTRA COST, unlike EE[/p][/quote]+1 BiggerH

4:14pm Wed 4 Dec 13

albion seagull says...

Still only 3G. What a surprise from EE there full of failed promises.
Still only 3G. What a surprise from EE there full of failed promises. albion seagull

7:58pm Wed 4 Dec 13

just-a-person says...

I would be grateful for any form of signal on EE, still struggle to get 2g let alone 4.
I would be grateful for any form of signal on EE, still struggle to get 2g let alone 4. just-a-person

9:21pm Wed 4 Dec 13

BURIRAM says...

Crystal Ball wrote:
PaulOckenden wrote:
Crystal Ball wrote:
I find two yoghurt pots and a piece of string are entirely adequate...
I think you'll find one of those is a tampon, Crystal.
Never used one but thanks for the tip from experience.
Only for the a Christmas period
[quote][p][bold]Crystal Ball[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PaulOckenden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Crystal Ball[/bold] wrote: I find two yoghurt pots and a piece of string are entirely adequate...[/p][/quote]I think you'll find one of those is a tampon, Crystal.[/p][/quote]Never used one but thanks for the tip from experience.[/p][/quote]Only for the a Christmas period BURIRAM

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