Vodafone set to expand 4G services even further

Vodafone set to expand 4G services even further

Vodafone has announced that it is to further expand its 4G network coverage by rolling out its service to the Northern Irish city of Belfast this summer.

The move will allow Vodafone to connect with thousands more consumers and businesses.

The company said that it will benefit over 280, 000 residents in Belfast, while also providing a superfast broadband service to the countless visitors to the city.

It will also offer a competitive edge to more than 12,000 local businesses.

Vodafone's own research has found that as many as 86 per cent of business leaders believe that 4G will boost productivity by making it easier for employees to work from anywhere as part of an approach to make working more mobile.

Vodafone is already spending as much as £1 billion on setting up its superfast network this year.

Earlier in the month, the firm announced plans to extend the service to Basingstoke, Bournemouth, Portsmouth Reading and Southampton over the course of the coming months.

According to a recent press release, the company will begin rolling out the new service at the end of June, while also opening a total of 12 new stores on the high street.

Once the Belfast rollout is completed, it will take the number of towns and cities covered by Vodafone's service to 240.

One of the best ways in which businesses can connect to the new 4G service is to use a 4G Mobile Mi-Fi unit, which allows for as many as ten simultaneous connections from a mobile device, laptop or PC.

This piece of equipment is therefore the fastest way to connect to 4G without the need for purchasing new or alternative handsets.

The Huawei Mi-Fi is fast, reliable and easy to operate, enabling mobile users the chance to experience the speed of 4G browsing and downloading. Users can surf the internet, as well as send and receive messages and emails wirelessly.