A big 4G battle starts in UK now as EE does not remain the only 4G LTE network provider now. Vodafone and O2 4G network start providing services in limited areas. Three also announces today that it will begin its 4G services for three cities of UK in December.
4G race actually starts now in UK with a limited 4G network roll-out by Vodafone and O2. Previously, EE was the only mobile operator that provides 4G LTE network services in UK. But the competition is on now for EE as not only Vodafone and O2 but Three mobile operator has also announced today to launch its 4G network in December.
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The super fast 4G LTE mobile data network starts working in the UK in October 2012. EE is the network provider. But now Vodafone starts its faster 4G LTE service initially in limited parts of London. But it will expand it to whole London and other UK cities later in this year. On the other hand, O2 has launched its services in 3 UK cities of London, Leeds and Bradford.
However, Three will join the battle in December. It will initially launch its services in 4G battle in London, Birmingham and Manchester. But it will expand 4G network services to 50 more UK cities before the end of next year. The expansion process will speed up in January though.