It seems that Three will be launching their 4G service here in the UK during Q4, after rivals O2 and Vodafone join EE in the 4G race.
Speaking today as the company announced yearly profits, CEO David Dyson has said
“We’re in no rush to launch LTE. First we’ll see how 4G is positioned by O2 and Vodafone and look at how we position it.
I’m fairly relaxed about it.”
The company is busy promoting their ‘Ultrafast’ network which runs on DC-HSDPA and allows speeds up to 42Mbps and average speeds are around 20Mbps we have seen so far.
Although there is no list of rollout plans yet it has been said that the 4G upgrade will start in locations where demand is highest so we are expecting the main large cities as rival EE started off with back in October last year.
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