Popular British mobile operator EE has just announced that its 5G network coverage is now available in many more areas including some of the busiest transport hubs, streets, landmarks, and towns.
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EE announced today that it is rolling out its 5G network across six cities in the UK on May 30 along with new plans and 5G-enabled devices. The launch comes a month ahead of Vodafone's 5G rollout.
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