O2 4G Coverage Now Reaches a Third of the UK Population

Since launching in August last year, O2's 4G rollout has continued at a pace. The network has today announced that its masts' coverage reaches one third of the UK population, with over a million 4G customers across 191 towns and cities. Read More >>

Get a Nokia Lumia Phone With Your "O2 + 4G = £99" Deal of the Day

Are you looking for a new, decent 4G mobile phone? Well, we've stumbled across this ace deal where you can get your mitts on a Nokia Lumia 625 4G phone. You can browse things quite quickly, but it won't solve the problem of those boring berks who complain about their commute every day. Yours for £99 on O2. Read More >>

4GEE Testmodo Challenge #3: Three Readers Move to WinPho Using the Nokia Lumia 1320

Moving to Windows Phone from Android or iOS can be scary, but with rising sales of Microsoft's platform eating away at the iOS pie, more people are discovering how easy WinPho actually is to use. But how did our three Testmodo readers fare testing the platform on the 6-inch Nokia Lumia 1320, using EE's 4G network? Read More >>

EE's Own-Brand Kestrel is an Affordable 4G Smartphone for Knaves

If our Jud is after a 4G handset, but hasn't made enough money down 'pit to afford a flagship device from one of the top manufacturers, EE's new own-branded Kestrel, coming in at £99.99 on PAYG deals, may ruffle his feathers. Read More >>

EE Updates 4G Pricing Plans -- Now Starting at £13.99 a Month

Alongside its own-branded Kestrel smartphone, EE is targeting penny-pinched phone users with updated 4G pay monthly contract plans. 24-month deals now start at £13.99 a month, bagging you 500MB of data, 500 minutes and unlimited texts. That's less than the cost of a daily pint of milk, according to calcium-rich EE. [EE] Read More >>

Testmodo Challenge #2: Three Readers Test the Samsung Galaxy Note 3's Features

Wondering how our hard-working Testmodo reviewers are getting on with their first device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3? For their second challenge, we set them the arduous task of looking at all the bells and whistles Samsung's added to stock Android. Read More >>

EE 4G Roaming Now Extends to France and Spain at No Extra Cost

Baguettes, sangria and 4G download speeds -- your superfast EE mobile data connection now works in France and Spain, as EE look to take on Three's "Feel at Home" roaming policies. Read More >>

EE Shares More Details on London's Stonking 300Mb LTE-A

4G network EE is set to further boost its lead in the LTE world, with company boss Olaf Swantee following through on promises that the capital's 4G speeds will be boosted to a scarcely-believable maximum of 300Mb/s. That's fast enough to download the entire contents of a simple person's brain in under a minute. Read More >>

Testmodo Challenge #1: Three Readers Test the Samsung Galaxy Note 3's Battery Using 4GEE

Last month we held a competition to find three readers to test three smartphones using EE's 4G service. While they get to keep all three phones, they have to sing for their supper first -- namely, by reviewing all of the devices for us. Their very first challenge? Testing the battery life of a Galaxy Note 3 using 4GEE. Read More >>

It Looks Like Three UK's Free 4G Roll-Out is Now in Full-Swing

We're getting reports coming in that Three UK's long-awaited "free" 4G service is now beginning to reach customers en-masse. Seemingly being introduced in batches, the majority of newly-4G-enabled customers appear to be coming from Central London areas, with download speeds as fast as 40Mb/s being reported. Read More >>

Three UK Price Hike Undermines Free 4G Roll-Out

Three UK neatly positioned itself as the network of choice for mobile web users, offering reasonably-priced unlimited data packages and promising free 4G upgrades for all customers with compatible handsets. But with contract prices now confirmed to be rising, have 4G costs slipped in through the back door? Read More >>

ASA Gives Three a Slap on the Wrist Over "3.9G" Adverts

The Three network has got itself into hot water with the Advertising Standards Agency, after rival network EE claimed the "3.9G" branding of Three's "Ultrafast" DC-HSPDA mobile connection was misleading. Read More >>

EE and Vodafone Bringing 4G to the Channel Tunnel

That pipe they installed between here and France to allow businessmen to get to Brussels by train is about to be fully upgraded with 3G and 4G connections, with both Vodafone and EE claiming the depressing 35-minute offline plunge beneath the sea will feature full mobile access later this year. Read More >>

1GB of Data For £17 a Month on New O2 4G Tariff

O2's latest 4G tariff refresh looks to cater for cash-strapped (data) speed freaks, with 1GB of data on a 24-month 4G Refresh Airtime tariff now costing just £17 a month. Bump that up to £21 a month for a 1GB a month, 12-month SIM-only "Simplicity" plan, while more expensive variations on each deal offer larger data allowances. Both offer unlimited texts and minutes.[O2] Read More >>

Three Extends Charge-Free "Feel at Home" Roaming to the US

Has there ever been a better time to be a Three network customer? Probably not -- with the gradual roll-out of its free 4G services underway, Three has extended its generosity further by popping the United States (alongside Macau, Indonesia and Sri Lanka) onto its "Feel at Home" roaming list, allowing you to dodge expensive roaming charges Stateside and use your contracted data, minutes and texts as normal when across the pond. [Three] Read More >>

Three's 4G Launch is Under Way, Slowly

While other networks have been rolling out 4G just as fast as they can unspool the cable, Three's been playing it cool at the back of the class. But according to their Twitter account and TechRadar's sources, a very limited rollout will be starting tomorrow. Read More >>


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