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 rolling out its 4G services from 11 September: the day of Everything Everywhere's big announcement. Tuesday's event should see details of how this roll-out will take place.
The invite merely says "Brand New" before detailing the where and when.
Before we get too excited, however, Everything Everywhere has already said it doesn't expect to be in a position to make 4G available until at least October.
One of the announcements the operator might make is a rebranding of the company name after an Everything Everywhere spokesperson told Sky News it was “planning to launch a new brand to run alongside Orange and T-Mobile”.
O2 is currently said to be launching an appeal against Ofcom's decision, but with Everything Everywhere's event only a matter of days away, rival operators are running out of time to prevent Everything Everywhere rolling out the fatest mobile network we've seen in this country.