EE installs new 4G masts on the Brighton to London Victoria railway line Brighton News

WORKERS returning to their offices can now benefit from greater mobile coverage on rail routes.

EE has announced major upgrades to its mobile network on suburban routes to and from London, including the Brighton to London Victoria line.

The mobile network operator has built six new 4G antennas along the route, to boost connectivity.

It comes after EE launched 5G services in Brighton last month.

The city is the first location in East Sussex to receive new mobile technology on the EE network.

Jane Thomas, BT Group regional manager for London and the South East, said: “This is great news for commuters in Brighton as we start to see more and more employees returning to their offices and locations. of work.

“Commuters, as well as visitors in general between Brighton and London, will benefit from more reliable connectivity during their journeys – which is important for those who need to work on the train, make video calls or just stay. in contact with their colleagues or friends and they travel. ”

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This notice was published: 2021-05-17 12:35:00