Dutch carrier T-Mobile has extended its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network coverage in the country, Telecompaper reports without citing its source. Under the latest expansion work, the cellco has rolled out 4G to the greater Hague area and the cities of Delft and Zoetermeer, signing up a total of 270,000 or so customers since launching the new network last month. Further, the cellco reports that to date, around 450,000 of its users have purchased 4G devices.
According to TeleGeography, T-Mobile Netherlands launched 4G services in the four biggest cities across the country – Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague – on 18 November. At launch, the new network covered around 100,000 customers, with the carrier aiming to reach 80% of its customers with LTE by the end of 2014. Current works are focused on extending LTE to the densely populated west of the Netherlands, known as the Randstad.