EE switches on 5G in Harrogate

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EE has switched on 5G in 35 new UK towns and cities, bringing total place count to 160

Compared to existing transmitters, 5G uses different kinds of antennas, operates on different radio spectrum frequencies, connects many more devices to the internet.

4G uses frequencies below 6 GHz while some 5G networks use higher frequencies around 30 GHz or more.

Harrogate is one of the latest places to have 5G transmitters:

Aldridge
Alexandria
Aylesbury
Ayr
Barnsley
Biggleswade
Blackburn
Bolton
Brighton
Chester
Colchester
Dundee
Exeter
Grantham
Gravesend
Harrogate
Lincoln
Milton Keynes
Norwich
Paignton
Poole
Portsmouth
Rickmansworth
Runcorn
Southport
Stockton-on-Tees
Stoke-on-Trent
Stratford-upon-Avon
Sunbury-on-Thames
Swansea
Swindon
Widnes
Wigan
Worcester
York

Marc Allera, CEO Consumer Division, BT, said:

We’ve announced that we’ve switched on our award-winning 5G network in a further 35 towns and cities across the UK, fulfilling the commitment we set last year to double our 5G place count.

With the gradual easing of lockdown restrictions expected in the coming weeks and months, the increased capacity and faster speeds of our 5G network will ensure our customers stay connected as footfall starts to increase in historically busy places.




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