O2 EXPANDS 5G NETWORK TO 13 MORE UK TOWNS AND CITIES
The company started the roll out of 5G in October
Mobile operator O2 has expanded its 5G network to another 13 towns and cities across the UK.
The company, which first launched 5G in some UK sites in October, has now expanded its network to cover customers in Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Liverpool, Newcastle, Bradford, Sheffield, Coventry, Nottingham, Norwich, Bristol, Derby and Stoke.
The expansion takes the Spanish-owned firm's network to a total of 20 locations across the UK over the year.
In October, O2 launched the 5G service in Edinburgh, Cardiff, Belfast, Leeds and Slough, before switching on 5G hotspots in Leicester and Lisburn a month later.
O2 commenced its 5G rollout after rival operators EE, Vodafone and Three started their services earlier in the year.Published: by Radio NewsHub