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Everything Everywhere's 4G network plans get thumbs up from Ofcom


Dated: 14th Mar 2012

Ofcom has given provisional approval for mobile operator Everything Everywhere to use its existing spectrum to deliver 4G services, meaning that a mainstream 4G mobile network could be available in the UK as early as this year.

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