Mobile network EE is promising to bring its super-fast 4G mobile broadband service to UK rail passengers.
The firm says 70% of the UK population can already access its new, faster service as well as passengers at18 of the UK’s largest airports.
It’s now working on bringing 4G to some of the busiest rail routes, including those between London Euston-Birmingham New Street and London Victoria-Brighton.
Passengers travelling to Glasgow are expected to have 4G access by the end of the year.
CEO Olaf Swante said: “More towns right across the UK now have access to the country’s biggest 4G network, and more people can use it where they need it most – in airports and on the busiest commuter routes.
“We are leading the way with 4G, with twice as much coverage as any other provider, connecting more customers in more places.
“But our network investment in 2014 is not just about giving people faster mobile data – phone calls are still an incredibly important part of the mobile experience, and we’re investing to ensure that people travelling all over the UK can make phone calls in more places and with better quality than ever before.”