Coolsmartphone now an official supporter of 4G Britain.

Coolsmartphone now an official supporter of 4G Britain.

Coolsmartphone now an official supporter of 4G Britain.




Here at Coolsmartphone we are always on the lookout for new technologies, innovations and companies that push the boundaries.  We have reported on new product launches, mobile conferences, new applications and new operating systems.

It is for that reason we are extremely pleased to announce that Coolsmartphone have now become an official supporter and partner to 4G Britain. is a website to raise awareness about 4G LTE – the next generation of fast, mobile internet – and its potential benefits to society and the economy. It provides information about 4G, and a place for people, businesses and organisations to say why they are enthusiastic about it coming to the UK.

The 4GBritain website was set up and is managed by Everything Everywhere, the UK’s largest mobile network operator that owns the Orange and T-Mobile brands.

The 4GBritain website has been set up as Everything Everywhere and Coolsmartphone share the opinion that 4G is critical to the future of Britain both economically and socially.

4G technology is already available in over 30 countries around the world and we believe that the UK should be at the forefront of the technological innovation particularly in the mobile sector where we have traditionally led the world.

It is for that reason that we have decided to support the 4G Britain project, so head on over to the website, have a look around and add your support,  either by tweeting or submitting a post for the 4G Blog.

Also remember that we brought you a quick example of what you can expect with LTE here in the UK thanks to being on the O2 4G LTE trial

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  • Steve Bradshaw

    Am looking forward to 4G but the concerns over TV interence need some more investigation . . 

  • David Hall

    Interesting that you guys are supporting that. The Register seems to thing that it’s EE astroturf in an attempt to get an effective 4G monopoly until the licensing issues around 4G spectrum have been sorted out…

    Anyway I’d have hoped you would have investigated this a little more.

    • Moo Moo Head

      Sounds to me like o2, Vodafone and 3 have just been caught off guard by EE.
      EE are just using the resources available to them, so free bandwidth to ask to use it for 4G, it is not EE’s fault if o2, Vodafone and 3 do not have spare bandwidth.
      Why should the population of the country have to wait till the auction when it is available now? Just reminds me of slow agricultural Britain plodding along on a tractor though the dales.
      Yawn, let them get on with it I say.

    • There are objections to EE from other operators who are concerned about a monopoly.

      Due to red tape and procrastinating we, the general user, are falling behind the times.  The technology is out there, the means to implement it are available so why should it not be available in the UK?

      We at Coolsmartphone are supporting the rollout of 4G, any company that gets behinds this rollout should also be supported and the technology should be available to all.