O2 customers get a huge free upgrade that fixes the biggest irritation of smartphones

O2 customers get a huge free upgrade that fixes the biggest irritation of smartphones

Multiple National Trust and English Heritage sites have also welcomed a 4G boost, from the ruins of St Augustine’s Abbey in Canterbury, to the scenic Shieldaig Island, tucked away in the Scottish Highlands on Loch Torridon.

Along with that 4G data boost, O2 is continuing to rollout its next generation 5G service which can beam downloads to phones at over 300Mbps.

O2’s 5G signal is now in 60 towns and cities with over 300 popular UK destinations – including Covent Garden in London, and the Jewry Wall ruins in Leicester – able to access this boost.

Speaking about the update, Brendan O’Reilly, Chief Technology Officer at O2 said: “It has never been more important for people to keep connected. We have a collective responsibility to help rebuild our nation, and the telecoms industry stands at the forefront of this effort.

Published at Mon, 29 Jun 2020 05:41:00 +0000