Yes, Everything Everywhere which owns the Orange and T-Mobile is ready to announce its 4G services tomorrow at Science Museum London.
With that historical announcement it will become UK’s first carrier to offer the download (expected) speed of up to 100MBPS. And, Britons will be the first to enjoy this rollercoaster ride.
The cities covered in this plan will be outlined tomorrow and it is rumored that initially only a limited number of cities are penciled so far but towards the end of this year more coverage will be achieved.
It is also being said that Everything Everywhere will introduce its new service under a new brand and it is being permitted by Ofcom to use its existing spectrum of 1800MHz. The rivals have threatened to challenge this move of Ofcom in the courts as the communications regulator is providing Everything Everywhere an advantage of one year over its competitors.
O2 is expected to launch its 4G network next summer whereas Three is rumored to roll out the same service in the beginning of 2013.
Nokia Lumia 920, and Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5 are the two smartphones to be offered on Britain’s newly 4G LTE network. Are you going to be an early adopter of this, might be, costly shift of technology or you will wait for the price to come down. Record your comment in the section below guys.