EE said that 4G will overtake 2G by 2017, with 99 percent of the British population able to access 4G networks.
And, by 2017, 4G+ will be available in 20 British cities.
It said that it will spend to create data and voice connections in 1,500 places that don’t have either reliable mobile or high speed broadband.
Its “double speed” broadband will be available for 90 percent of the UK population, with data speeds of up to 60Mbps available for both smartphones and tablets.
And in the future it claimed it will be a leader in 5G, because the foundation for even faster speeds will rely on 4G infrastructure being available.
Its 4G+ network will allow speeds of 150Mbps, EE said.
Today it released its “Signalling the Future” manifesto intended to guide the next government of whatever hue to set digital priorities.