4G Services Coming To UK By Spring 2013, Including The One From O2 And Vodafone

Posted on Oct 3 2012 - 4:53am by Editorial Staff

According to the report from BBC News, UK residents soon be entitled with joy of 4G speeds from not one but number of service providers in the country, including the top notch O2 and Vodafone by Spring 2013 and all that six months earlier than what in actual was planned. The news actually followed with a bash that EE being provided a green signal so as to start 4G network earlier this year in UK.

Ed Richards, Ofcom chief executive, said: “The actions we have taken with industry and government avoid the risk of significant delay and are tremendous news for consumers who might otherwise have waited a considerable period for the next generation of mobile broadband services.”

A Three spokesman said: “We see this as positive step for UK consumers by removing the monopoly on LTE that would have benefitted just one operator.” LTE, or Long Term Evolution, is the flavour of 4G that UK operators will be deploying.

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