When the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C was released rejoice went out across the UK as it featured multi-network LTE support. This meant that no matter what spectrum your provider used you could enjoy the speeds of 4G LTE.
The good news is that Vodafone will be turning on their new 4G LTE network in Liverpool and Glasgow, with Manchester following soon after.
This follows the original 4G rollout Vodafone started in September where Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Nottingham and Sheffield were added to the list of 4G-enabled cities.
Vodafone LTE Rollout
Vodafone have announced that Liverpool will go live on October 17th with Glasgow following a week later on October 24th. Manchester will follow after these two sites go online, however a go live date has not yet been specified.
Once these three additional sites go online, Vodafone will cover 9 cities with the 4G LTE network which although isn’t the greatest coverage offered by a provider, it does include the biggest cities in the UK, with a customer base of 100,000 people already signed up for 4G plans.
Vodafone are also keen to highlight that their London coverage is growing, with 80 towns now covered to offer 4G connectivity. The addition of these sites contributes to their mission to bring 4G LTE coverage to 98 per cent of the UK population by 2015.