Vodafone’s 4G coverage in Brighton is about to get a whole lot better, as the network has announced that it’s making a major network investment across the town.
The investment will bring stronger indoor and outdoor coverage to the area, allowing more than 98% of Brighton’s population to access Vodafone’s 3G and 4G services.
Vodafone has already massively improved its network in Brighton over the last year. This has led to already unbeatable indoor and outdoor 4G coverage from the network in the town, according to independent technology consultancy LLC.
4G data usage from Vodafone customers in Brighton is now growing each and every month. Total data usage is over eight times more than it was this time last year. Just how much data are we talking?
Well, according to Vodafone the network’s average data traffic a week in Brighton is equal to browsing the internet for over 350,000 hours. Which is equivalent to surfing the web for over 40 years.
This new investment is set to improve things even further and will surely lead to skyrocketing data use.
But Vodafone’s work isn’t limited to Brighton. These improvements are just part of a £2 billion nationwide network and service investment the network has been carrying out over the last two years.
Brighton is well served for 4G, with the seaside resort town having strong coverage from EE, O2 and Three as well. But once Vodafone’s improvement work is complete it sounds like it will have substantially better 4G coverage in the town than any of its rivals.