Vodafone signs up 500,000 customers to 4G service

Vodafone signs up 500,000 customers to 4G service

Vodafone has announced that it has signed up 500,000 customers to its Red 4G plans, just six months after they went on sale.

In  a statement sent to Mobile Vodafone said,  over the past couple of months ,  it has  started  to  expand  its  ultrafast  4G  coverage  to  a  further  115  towns  and districts  across  the  UK,  including  parts  of  Gateshead,  Newbury,  Rotherham,  Slough,  Solihull,    Sunderland, Stockport,  Sutton  Coldfield,  Walsall  and  West  Bromwich.    It  has  continued  to  expand  its  existing  ultrafast  4G coverage  in  Birmingham,  Bradford,  Coventry,  Edinburgh,  Glasgow,  Leeds,  Leicester,  Liverpool,  Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham and Sheffield and more than 80 towns and districts in and around London and the South East.  

Ultrafast 4G coverage is now available to 36% of the UK population. The rollout of ultrafast 4G services is part of more than £900m Vodafone is spending on its network across the country this year.

Jeroen Hoencamp, CEO, Vodafone UK said: ‘It’s particularly exciting to see how the nation is embracing 4G in their everyday lives.’


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