BT Mobile customers will be able access 5G in 20 major towns and cities across the UK from Friday 11 October, the company has confirmed. The service is powered by EE’s 5G network, which launched in the busiest London, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester back in May. Since then the expansion has continued through the addition of transport hubs, major public venues, and new cities. Pricing and tariffs have yet to be revealed, but the first customers to benefit from the launch will be those who have one of BT’s converged services that combine superfast broadband and mobile connectivity. BT is replacing its existing ‘BT Plus’ converged tariffs with a service called ‘BT Halo’ which includes unlimited mobile data and calls, access to 5G and fibre connectivity.