UK network O2 has been shouting about its plans for its forthcoming 4G network launch, claiming it'll be "mind-blowingly aggressive" when it come to pushing out its future LTE services in the UK.
Gary Booker, the network's consumer general manager, told Techradar: "We will have a very, very accelerated roll out of 4G, it's mind-blowingly aggressive compared to our UK 3G rollout."
He admitted there will be some months where it plays "catch up" with rival 4G network EE which has been offering quad-gee power since last year, although Booker isn't overly worried about EE's current performance, saying of his competitor's 4G attempts: "I think it's fair they haven't got traction in the market."
"Consumers are holding on for their preferred network to have 4G and they're holding on for a device they really want to use on that network," he added. [Techradar]