Mobile networks will soon be able to use more frequencies to deliver faster mobile broadband.
Supermarket sweeps up all of its pre-pay customers and serves up next-gen mobile data speeds on the house.
Akamai has released its "State of the Internet" report, detailing trends in internet speed and usage over the last year.
Three's cheeky use of 3.9G to describe its 'Superfast' HSPA+ has been nipped in the bud following complaints from EE.
The 2.3GHz and 3.4GHz bands, owned by the MoD, have been identified as prime real estate for the next, next-gen network.
Before 2013 is over EE will test a 300Mbps LTE Advanced network in London, but don't expect it on your phone anytime soon.
UpdatedO2 speaks to TechRadar to explain the need for a price reduction and why it won't initially be able to supply 4G to the new iPhones.