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Thread: AT&T Signs 4G LTE Roaming Agreement With EE Following Recent Rogers Roaming Agreement

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    Default AT&T Signs 4G LTE Roaming Agreement With EE Following Recent Rogers Roaming Agreement


    Just recently, AT&T announced that it was the first U.S. carrier to offer 4G LTE cellular data roaming. The U.S. carrier had signed an agreement with Rogers in Canada to offer 4G LTE roaming to its customers in their trips to Canada.

    AT&T is going even further with their newfangled 4G LTE roaming agreements, with the U.K.-based EE now announcing that it has reached an agreement with AT&T to offer 4G LTE cellular roaming services in the U.K. for AT&T customers. EE notes that the partnership between the two companies will begin early next year.

    EE, the UK’s most advanced digital communications company, today announced the first 4G LTE roaming agreement in the UK, with AT&T. EE is set to launch additional partnerships early next year.

    EE is the UK’s biggest and fastest 4G network, and will cover more than 160 towns and cities by Christmas. This makes EE the partner of choice for international operators looking to offer their customers the best voice quality and the fastest and most reliable internet experience when using their mobile devices in the UK.
    EE notes that its 4G LTE cellular network averages speeds around 24-30 megabits per second in many major cities around the U.K., so AT&T customers that visit the U.K. frequently will be able to keep their minds at rest and bring their ultra-fast 4G LTE speeds along with them while traveling.

    While the service is still available to AT&T customers, that's not to say that it won't be costly. AT&T's data roaming prices are not cheap. It will ultimately be up to the user if the prices are worth the service.

    Sources: EE via ZDNet

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    How about they keep expanding their lte coverage here in the states too? Haven't heard of any expanding for a couple of months now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty Manley Silberhorn View Post
    How about they keep expanding their lte coverage here in the states too? Haven't heard of any expanding for a couple of months now.
    +1

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