After recently using donkeys to celebrate the continued expansion of 4G service to smaller towns and villages like West Kirby, EE has today announced the use of cows to provide free Wi-Fi at Glastonbury festival – using EE’s 4G network of course. Advertisements
EE has this morning announced trials of two new services to improve voice connectivity for its customers, including the introduction of Wi-Fi calling and voice over 4G (VoLTE).
Given EE’s massive head start over the competition, its 4G network is coming on leaps and bounds. And today, EE has announced new mobile broadband tariffs, released three new 4G mobile broadband devices, plus a new own-brand tablet.
It seems that Three is in great need of updating its 4G coverage map, as more and more places are activated without notice.
With every Three customer now activated to use 4G, assuming they have a 4G device and 4G coverage, the 4G mobile broadband products are now starting to arrive.
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I’ve talked a lot about Three in the last few months, partly because of the excellent value of the One Plan, and also because of its launch of 4G, which finally happened after a lot of initial confusion. Now, EE has adjusted its own SIM-only deals, so it seems only […]
I list the things that most interest me at MWC, taking place next week.
It’s finally happening! Ordinary customers (as against staff, beta testers, engineers, journalists and bloggers) on Three are finding themselves able to use its new 4G network, subject to having a compatible handset and being in an area of coverage.
Tesco today announced it will no longer charge £2.50 extra per month to allow its customers to use 4G on its pay-monthly tariffs.