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O2's 5G Network Rolled Out To More Than 100 UK Towns And Cities

O2's 5G Network Rolled Out To More Than 100 UK Towns And Cities

O2's 5G network is now available to customers in more than 100 towns and cities across the UK.

A year on from its launch, the high speed network is accessible in a total of 108 UK towns and cities, with new locations including the likes of Milton Keynes, Ipswich and Chelmsford.


Derek McManus, Chief Operating Officer at O2, said: "When we launched 5G last October, we said it was the first step on a journey.

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"One year on and we have made some incredible progress, not just in terms of our roll-out but in bringing about new capabilities that will make real changes to people's everyday lives.

"No one could have predicted the way this year has turned out, and that almost overnight, customers would turn to their networks more than ever before to keep them connected to loved ones, colleagues and suppliers.

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"Connectivity has never been more important, and we want our network to continue to raise the bar.

"We firmly believe 5G has a role in helping to rebuild Britain, unlocking huge possibilities for our economy and society.

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"We're excited to keep pushing ahead with our rollout along with our partners Ericson and Nokia, to keep supporting our customers, businesses and society."

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A full list of the towns and cities with access to the 5G network reads as follows:

Aberdeen
Ashford
Aughton
Aylesbury
Banstead
Basildon
Beaconsfield
Bedford
Belfast
Birmingham
Blaydon
Bradford
Bridge of Don
Brighton
Bristol
Bury St Edmunds
Byfleet
Cambridge
Cardiff
Chadwell St Mary
Chatham
Chelmsford
Chesterfield,
Chipstead
Colchester
Coventry
Dartford
Derby
Dewsbury
Doncaster
Dundee
Durham
Dyce
Eastbourne
Edinburgh
Epsom
Esher
Eton and Windsor
Gateshead
Gatton Bottom
Gillingham
Glasgow
Gravesend
Grays
Great Yarmouth
Halifax
Harlington
Harlow
Hemel Hempstead
Hextable
High Wycombe
Hove
How Wood
Huddersfield
Hull
Ipswich
Jarrow
Leeds
Leicester
Lincoln
Lisburn
Liverpool
London
Longford
Loughborough
Lowestoft
Luton
Manchester
Mansfield
Middlesbrough
Milton Keynes
Morley
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Newtownabbey
North Shields
Northampton
Norwich
Nottingham
Nuneaton
Orpington
Oxford
Peterborough
Plymouth
Rainham
Redhill
Rotherham
Royal Tunbridge Wells
Rugby, Sheffield
Shepperton Green
Slough
South Shields
Southend-On-Sea
Staines
Stevenage
Stockton
Stoke-on-Trent
Sunbury
Sunderland
Thundersley
Tynemouth
Warrington
Washington
Weybridge
Whickham
Whitley Bay
Worthing
York

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