Bristol Airport gets the latest 4G technology

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Vodafone UK has upgraded its 4G offering in the southwest of England, benefitting passengers at Bristol Airport.

Under the new agreement, Vodafone will upgrade and expand its network across the airport over the next few months to ensure its customers have access to fast mobile connections in departures, arrivals and on all transport links. Around 3,000 people who work at Bristol Airport will also benefit from the improved communications.

Sarah Trewella, head of IT at Bristol Airport, said, “By working with Vodafone we will be able to provide our passengers with much better coverage for both voice and data services across the whole Airport. Our staff will also have access to much more reliable communications, improving efficiencies and enabling us to utilize more effective communication tools.”

Tom Marks, head of Vodafone UK’s southwest region, added, “Bristol Airport connects to over 120 direct destinations and we are delighted to be able to provide the world-class mobile connectivity it needs to support the economy of Bristol and the surrounding area, and our network improvements don’t stop at the airport.

“Whether it’s sightseeing at the local docks, visiting the Bedminster art scene or studying at Bristol University, we will continue to invest to offer our customers a great mobile experience indoor and out, throughout the southwest region.”

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