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Everything Everywhere 4G trial summer loving

Everything Everywhere 4G trial summer loving

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Ofcom recently revised its plans for dealing with the 4G spectrum, announcing its aims to bring coverage to at least 98 per cent of the population. At the moment though, there's just a handful of people in the country with access to the LTE fun; a 1,000... >>

UK 4G network not complete until 2015

UK 4G network not complete until 2015

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Looking forward to widespread 4G fun and quick mobile browsing on your smartphone or tablet? Well, don't get too excited because, despite the likes of O2 already testing its LTE network, we're not going to have widespread availability in the UK until... >>

Three ZTE MF10 Dongle Adapter plugs in for mobile data

Three ZTE MF10 Dongle Adapter plugs in for mobile data

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The message from Three is clear - it already records 97 per cent of its network traffic as data but it wants more. And to help it achieve its aims it has announced the ZTE MF10 Dongle Adapter, a device which takes a regular USB Wi-Fi dongle and turns... >>

Three: 97 per cent of all traffic is data

Three: 97 per cent of all traffic is data

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Mobile carrier Three has revealed that a staggering 97 per cent of all traffic on its network is data - leaving only 3 per cent for calls and texts. With the tablet revolution in full swing, mobile broadband becoming the norm and smartphones more common... >>

Three extends unlimited data to all contracts

Three extends unlimited data to all contracts

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No, no - no, no, no, no - no, no, no, no - no, no, there's no limit. Ahh, Three Unlimited - one of Pocket-lint's favourite Eurodance/Hi-NRG acts from back in the day, or something like that. And a perfect intro for a story about Three extending its unlimited... >>

UK 4G network landing in September

UK 4G network landing in September

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Big news - the UK's first live 4G network will begin broadcasting in September. Bad news - it's just a trial for a couple of hundred people in the St Newlyn East area of South Newquay, Cornwall. But still, it's a start eh? Rome wasn't built in a day.... >>

UK’s slowest cities for 3G mobile broadband named and shamed

UK’s slowest cities for 3G mobile broadband named and shamed

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UK’s slowest cities for 3G mobile broadband have been named and shamed in a list put out by mobile and broadband comparison website Top10.com According to the research taken from thousands of opt-in users around the country over the last three months,... >>

Three's superspeed 3G dongle - 40 per cent faster

Three's superspeed 3G dongle - 40 per cent faster

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Three's mobile broadband is set for a speed boost thanks to the introduction of the new Huawei E367 premium dongle. The dongle offers up to 40 per cent faster browsing and makes Three's mobile data network even more appealing - it's already racked up... >>

UK 4G auction to kick off in 2012

UK 4G auction to kick off in 2012

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Ofcom has detailed plans for the UK's 4G auction, with the big spectrum sale due to kick off next year - stating that the additional space is the equivalent of 75 per cent of the mobile spectrum that we currently use and 80 per cent more than 2000's 3G... >>

T-Mobile slashes mobile data allowance

T-Mobile slashes mobile data allowance

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T-Mobile has announced that it is cutting the data allowance on all of its mobile contracts, down to 500MB from 1GB or 3GB. But it's not the data allowance cuts that have caused a commotion on the web (although people who were sold a 3GB contract with... >>