Tag Archives: 4G

EE and Three agree to share infrastructure and costs to boost UK 4G LTE

The rollout of 4G in the UK was slow to get started and has been a slow process ever since. All of the major UK carriers now at least have some 4G LTE coverage, albeit most are limited. However, EE and three, the UK’s largest and smallest networks, respectively, have agreed to share 4G infrastructure and costs to boost LTE speeds and availability in the…

EE signs up two million new UK 4G users, twice their target for 2013

The UK was slow to get on board with 4G LTE technologies, our first 4G network launching in late 2012, but it seems the population is keen to take advantage of the new, faster data services. EE, the first carrier in the UK to offer 4G LTE, has announced that it currently has 2 million subscribers on its ’4GEE’ network. The company revealed that it had a…

EE lighting up 4G in 29 new locations by Christmas

It seems like ages since EE first launched its 4G LTE network in the UK, and yet, it’s only been just over a year since its “Superfast” speeds were made available in the first handful of cities. From today, it’s available in another 10 cities, bringing the total so far to 141. A “superfast” roll-out, I’m sure you’ll agree. 4G from EE launching today…

Rumor: iPhone set to launch on China Mobile on December 18

China Mobile, the largest wireless provider for the country, has been without a 4G iPhone since the device launched. Actually, the carrier has been without an iPhone in its device line up. That’s right, the carrier has actually never carried the iPhone. Although this is expected to change very soon. According to rumors over the past few weeks, Apple has…

New iPads coming with 200MB of free data from T-Mobile

Just last week, T-Mobile CEO John Legere tweeted that he was excited about Apple’s October 22nd event, and at the time, all signs pointed to T-Mobile getting the iPad. While that prediction was correct (no big surprise there), Legere kept the fun going today. Legere tweeted that he was excited that T-Mobile would be carrying the new iPads, and also…

Three UK “on track to launch” 4G in Q4, no extra charge, compatible handsets automatically switch

It’s fair to say that EE has milked its 4G exclusivity as much as humanly possible since launching it 10 months ago. Offering contracts that are comparatively expensive when placed alongside T-Mobile or Orange plans. The message: You can have LTE, but it’ll cost you. In fact, Vodafone and O2 have both announced that their plans will be pretty similar…