The UK’s big four mobile operators have agreed to work together on a shared 4G rural network plan that aims to bring mobile connectivity to poorly served areas of the country.
Just 44.6% of West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine towns and villages have 4G Coverage, compared to 100% in Aberdeen North and 96.1% in Aberdeen South
Millions of people are at risk of mobile signal blackouts because their area is not adequately served by full 4G coverage, Which? has reported.
Tube passengers will have access to the 4G network anywhere on the London Underground by the mid-2020s, Transport for London (TfL) has revealed.
EE has confirmed it has fixed an issue which left some customers unable to make or receive calls over its 4G network.
EE has confirmed an issue with 4G calling has left some users of its network unable to make phone calls.
Disused phone boxes have been transformed to provide 4G mobile connections for beachgoers in Cornwall who have long struggled with little coverage.
The new technology will massively boost internet speeds for mobile phone users in Aberdeen
Half of premises in remote locations across the UK still have “patchy or unreliable” mobile reception, despite wider improvements to mobile coverage across the country.
Almost half of homes and businesses in Aberdeenshire do not have full 4G coverage, according to Ofcom.
A North-east MSP has welcomed plans to extend mobile coverage in rural parts of the country.
Communities across the North-east could be set for superfast broadband and 4G coverage if plans by a mobile phone giant are approved.