Ofcom, the UKs telecommunications regulator, has approved an application by the mobile phone operator Everything Everywhere (owner of T-Mobile and Orange) to use its existing 1800 MHz spectrum (i.e. the 2G spectrum) to deliver 4G services (aka LTE).
Following a consultation, Ofcom has concluded that varying EE’s 1800 MHz licences … [Read More]
4G trials haven’t even begun in the UK, with central London being one of the first of O2’s trial areas, but the speeds that early access users are receiving are very impressive. In fact, they’re faster than normal broadband in the UK, which averages at around 6 Mbps compared … [Read More]
UK mobile network, O2, has announced a brand new smartphone leasing programme, called O2 Lease. O2 Lease enables new or existing O2 customers to lease a new smartphone for one year with no upfront payment for £55 per month including insurance, 750 minutes, unlimited text and 500 MB of data.… [Read More]
Mobile network provider O2 has finally confirmed that the will be trialling the new 4G service in London. Around 1000 people will be allowed to take part in the trial, which provides users with wireless access to the internet at speeds of up to 100Mbps. Those taking part in the … [Read More]