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Huawei talks 300Mbps home router, next gen wearables and our 5G future

Huawei talks 300Mbps home router, next gen wearables and our 5G future

By 6 November 2013

We had a chat with some top Huawei executives about the future of its gadgets and wireless connectivity. The Chinese company's huge plans for super-fast internet in the UK were revealed to be coming sooner than expected along with wearable tech and 5G... >>

EE announces shared 4G plans, as its customer base reaches 500,000

EE announces shared 4G plans, as its customer base reaches 500,000

By 6 June 2013

EE served as the UK's first carrier to offer 4G, and now it wants to rollout new plans to give customers more choice to access the network. In an announcement on Thursday, EE said it would offer shared 4G plans later this summer. No specific details... >>

AT&T sets sights on European expansion with potential acquisition of EE

AT&T sets sights on European expansion with potential acquisition of EE

By 18 January 2013

US-carrier AT&T is reportedly ready to set-up a presence in Europe by purchasing a counterpart to help rollout markets in areas like the UK, Germany and the Netherlands.  According to the Wall Street Journal, AT&T is currently prospecting potential companies... >>

EE 4G UK: Devices, speeds, availability, coverage, prices

EE 4G UK: Devices, speeds, availability, coverage, prices

By 30 October 2012

Everything Everywhere is now available in the UK, with a new network and a new brand, known simply as EE bringing with it the first 4G service in the  UK. Now that the auction for other 4G spectrum bands has been brought forward in order to stave off... >>

iPhone 5 won't work on O2 or Vodafone's 4G networks

iPhone 5 won't work on O2 or Vodafone's 4G networks

By 13 September 2012

You could be forgiven for thinking that if you buy an iPhone 5 at launch you'll be able to use 4G when Vodafone, O2 and Three launch their 4G networks in the future. Sadly, this is not the case, and the 4G iPhone 5 which will be available from 21 September... >>

Everything Everywhere becomes EE 4G in the UK, new devices coming in weeks

Everything Everywhere becomes EE 4G in the UK, new devices coming in weeks

By 11 September 2012

Everything Everywhere has ditched the name  to launch a new brand to sit alongside Orange and T-Mobile in its network family. Called EE, the new service which, from today (11 September), will become the umbrella network for Orange and T-Mobile, promises... >>

Everything Everywhere's 4G UK plans to be detailed on 11 September

Everything Everywhere's 4G UK plans to be detailed on 11 September

By 7 September 2012

Everything Everywhere has sent an official invite alerting the UK tech press that all will be revealed on its 4G plans on Tuesday 11 September. The mobile network -  a partnership between Orange and T-Mobile - was given the green light by Ofcom to begin... >>

O2 to appeal against Ofcom's Everything Everywhere 4G decision

O2 to appeal against Ofcom's Everything Everywhere 4G decision

By 31 August 2012

O2 has announced its intention to appeal the decision by Ofcom to allow Everything Everywhere to launch 4G services on the existing 1800MHz spectrum band. The network, like Vodafone, believes that allowing its rival - the umbrella organisation in charge... >>

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 confirmed for Three in UK, but will it be 4G?

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 confirmed for Three in UK, but will it be 4G?

By 30 August 2012

Mobile phone operator Three has confirmed to Pocket-lint that it will be stocking the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in the UK later this year.  “Following the success of the Samsung Galaxy Note, we’re delighted to add the Samsung Galaxy Note II to our... >>

HTC One XL: Everything Everywhere's first 4G phone

HTC One XL: Everything Everywhere's first 4G phone

By 30 August 2012

The HTC One XL will be one of the first 4G-ready phones available on the Everything Everywhere network (Orange and T-Mobile) when the new service launches in September, Pocket-lint can exclusively confirm. The phone, currently available on AT&T in the... >>