Vodafone has begun to roll out its 4G network in Buxton.
The telecommunications giant announced work had started this week to roll-out 4G in the High Peak spa town.
Improvements are also being made to Vodafone’s 3G network, it said.
“The arrival of Vodafone 4G in Buxton means all customers with compatible devices and bundles will be able to connect to the internet more quickly, more reliably and in more places than ever before,” said a Vodafone spokesperson.
“4G services will also help businesses improve productivity by enabling employees to work where they want to, when they want to.”
Vodafone has invested more than £2 billion in its UK network and services since 2014, and expects to invest another £2 billion in them over the next three years.
Other network improvements across the UK recently have included the nationwide provision of HD (High Definition) Voice technology on its 3G network and the introduction of its WiFi Calling service.
The Vodafone Rural Open Sure Signal programme is also aiming to bring 3G coverage for the first time to 100 remote communities. Vodafone plans to provide coverage using 2G, 3G or 4G services to 98 per cent of the UK population.
Check Vodafone’s coverage at www.vodafone.co.uk/our-network-and-