EE network 4G: Cardiff's role in mobile revolution


The days of using a mobile phone to just make calls have long gone, and Cardiff is playing a part in the next chapter of the communications revolution.

It is one of eleven UK cities where mobile users can now access a new 4G service.

The EE network, which owns Orange and T-Mobile, is the first company to promise mobile internet access five times faster than the current technology.

Jamie Owen spoke to Elinor Williams from the communications regulating body Ofcom.

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