Vodafone UK has revealed that its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network will soon be live in 233 cities and towns across the country, as it works towards its goal of achieving 98% population coverage by the end of next year. Telecompaper reports that the high speed service is due to be launched in cities including Swindon, Slough and York in the coming weeks, while coverage is being expanded in existing service areas such as Glasgow and Edinburgh. Vodafone introduced its 4G offering in August 2013 and revealed that it had hit the 500,000 user milestone on 17 February, at which point its networks covered 36% of the population.
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