people are geting it wrong 800mhz is good for distance and indoor connectivity the higher the frequency the quicker the speed the second consideration amount of frquency you have. almost like bandwith
AnonD-49146, 09 Sep 2013wow thats cool. Here in India we still waiting for 3G to get coverage everywhere.And 3G plans ... moreDude,get your facts right. In india most operators are now providing 3G data at same rates as 2G. For example you can get1GB data from reliance/airtel/idea/docomo for Rs 125 or 1GB for just 2$.
and 5GB for 4$ etc. And reliance is launching 4G network in next 6 months which will start a price war in both 3G and 4G.
There's no point in signing up for 4G as the UK's 3G networks are very fast anyway.
Mr Grumpy, 09 Sep 20134G is a complete waste of time, here in the UK, you can't even get a reliable 3G signal on EE ... moreBuddy, let me make it very clear, although it might sound a bit harsh but the fact is that the people sitting in Bangalore (India) can speak much better English then the native Brits.
EE all the way. 4G speed potential of 150MPS. I'm pulling 80.24MPS in Manchester. Lets see Voda or O2 do that! N 3... thats really cute. Hutchinson JOKE! And I work for one of these no 4G coverage guys LOL
adam, 09 Sep 2013Really? I've had 64Mbps on Vodafone 4G in London so far - and I have the screenshots to prove ... morein london EE speeds currently can deliver 100MB+ (i work in mobile phone retail) and have witnessed it on quite a few occasions voda 4g has started off well but its roll out is very slow.
For example currently only EE offer 4G on the iPhone 5. o2 and voda cannot support the frequency so EE has a slight monopoly and if the new iPhone runs the same frequency EE will control the market quite easily.
adam, 09 Sep 2013Really? I've had 64Mbps on Vodafone 4G in London so far - and I have the screenshots to prove ... moreAgree. Vodafone provides 4G in 800 MHz so you can have up to 100 MBPS. 4G travels fastest in 800 MHz only.
Mr Grumpy, 09 Sep 20134G is a complete waste of time, here in the UK, you can't even get a reliable 3G signal on EE ... moreReally? Yet here I am with my S4 with a 4g signal with EE. Been no problems at all since they turned 4G on in my area months ago.
4G is a complete waste of time, here in the UK, you can't even get a reliable 3G signal on EE let alone 4G. And the cost is too high. If you really must have a crappy 4G signal, EE will happily sell you a rubbish contract with sky high tariff charges and an offshore customer service centre in Bangalore that barely speaks English.
On this video u can see polish operator Play on conference about LTE in Poland. 4G LTE starts in Poland on 11.11 on Play's network. With 13 cities on start.
Video is also on english ;)
wow thats cool. Here in India we still waiting for 3G to get coverage everywhere.And 3G plans are very high. No unlimited plans and have to pay huge amount to get enough 3G.
I would be content if three of the major providers could provide me with a consistent 3G signal in my house let alone 4G.
And what remote and lonely spot do I live in I hear you ask - why Northampton 3 minutes from J15A of the M1.
So please improve your current network before you start charging through the nose for 4G.
Waiting for threes unlimited on december myself. Their 3g is faster than most 4g connections and it's free and it's unlimited... waste of time using anyone else
EE are rip off merchants. day light robbers. go to three , there doing lite no extra cost. even there 3g is quicker
Smashing.. but people are deluded to pay £50 a month for a contract, honestly. 4G speeds are great but you will eat 1GB of data in two weeks if you have the latest smartphones cause they are always on the net. ill be waiting for Three's 4G cause all you can eat data sounds better than 1/2GB and the prices are £20 cheaper
Jason, 09 Sep 2013Three are making their own 4g spectrum they will not be using EE frequency, EE speed will be t... moreReally? I've had 64Mbps on Vodafone 4G in London so far - and I have the screenshots to prove it - considerably quicker than EE. 4G has also transformed coverage in London, too, with it being a vastly more reliable signal than 3G.
randomer, 09 Sep 2013Well im a three customer and from what i know three will be using EE's network for 4g but the ... moreyeah i am on three currently with an "ultrafast" 3.5G phone and even in the area I live I get 20Mb+ speeds at most times, which translates to a movie in approx 10-15 minutes depending on connection/dropouts etc. I have unlimited data and will get 4G for free when the towers go live, there is no way in hell I would swap that for the closest possible tariff on EE which is something like £65 WITHOUT a phone....once the other 3 networks go live properly though i suspect that EE will have to drop their prices to be competitive, i mean i have not seen vodafones tariff yet but o2 is pretty decent as well