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Re: EE 4G launch


@adamtemp64 wrote:

Answer is now as a trial in central london lol


O2 are good at trials, aren't they?

 

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Re: EE 4G launch

If it's anything like the trial for O2 Connect it's probably 12 months away.

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Re: EE 4G launch

From the conversation I had with an O2 tech help person the other week O2 are holding as much money back as possible ready to bid in the 4G auction, this is why O2 isnt offering piggy backed BT fibre optic home broadband, they wont release the money for it.

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Re: EE 4G launch


@Anonymous wrote:

From the conversation I had with an O2 tech help person the other week O2 are holding as much money back as possible ready to bid in the 4G auction, this is why O2 isnt offering piggy backed BT fibre optic home broadband, they wont release the money for it.


I'm sure that's wrong.

 

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Re: EE 4G launch

Hands up here who has a 4G capable handset? (And that doesn't include iPhone either).

 

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On a sidenote, I did receive a HSPA+ signal whilst in Edinburgh which means they must be experimenting with faster speeds.

 

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Re: EE 4G launch


@anticpated wrote:

Hands up here who has a 4G capable handset? (And that doesn't include iPhone either).

 


 

I'm waiting for the squeals from those buying phones now only to find out that they won't work on 4G.

 

I also think there will be premium tariffs for this service only.

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Re: EE 4G launch

I don't think even if you imported an expensive 4G capable handset from the States it would work. :mantongue:

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I think I'm the only person not bothered about 4G. When I'm out an about its rare that I'm not connected to HSPDA and thats fast enough for what I use my phone for.

If I had a tablet PC that I use out and about then perhaps it would be a different story.
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@Anonymous wrote:
I think I'm the only person not bothered about 4G.

No you're not !