Telecommunications giant Vodafone has begun its roll-out of 4G network in Boston this week.
The company has also been making improvements to its 3G network and says the latest move will mean ‘all customers with compatible devices will be able to connect to the internest more quickly, more reliably and in more places than ever before’.
Vodafone has recently invested £2 billion on its network and services since 2014, and is looking to spend a further £2 billion over the next three years.
The company has also recently launched a scheme to bring 3G mobile coverage to rural ‘not spots’ including places such as independent or community pubs and shops, village hals, scout huts, doctor’s surgeries or visitor centres.
The Community Indoor Sure Signal (CISS) programme is hoping to announce its first communities shortly, with applications still open.
For more visit www.vodafone.uk/CISS