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Which UK cities are best and worst for 4G?

Best and worst cities in UK for 4G

Best and worst cities in UK for 4G

Consumer group Which? and analyst OpenSignal measured data from mobile phones across 20 cities in the UK.

They say "critical" reforms are needed to provide a better service for customers. Ofcom said its rules meant "virtually all" UK premises would have to receive a 4G signal by the end of the year. The OpenSignal study analysed more than 500m data readings from mobile phones taken from more than 30,000 users between December 1 2016 and February 28 via an app. It ranked 20 of the biggest cities from top to bottom based on their 4G availability.

Top 5

Middlesbrough/Teesside - 82.7%

Sheffield - 79.3%

Sunderland - 79%

Leicester - 78.6%

Leeds/West Yorkshire - 78.2%

Bottom 5

Bournemouth/Poole - 67.5%

Southampton/Portsmouth - 69.6%

Cardiff - 71.8%

Nottingham - 73.3%

London - 73.6%

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