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uk mobile broadband 800mhz tv interference

17th May, 2012 (13 Comments)

The governments Communications Minister, Ed Vaizey, has confirmed that around 2 million UK households could have problems viewing Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) services because of interference caused by a new generation of “4G” superfast Mobile Broadband services operating in the soon-to-be-auctioned 800MHz (790-862MHz) radio spectrum band.

lte uk mobile broadband

3rd May, 2012 (1 Comment)

Mobile group Everything Everywhere (Orange UK and T-Mobile) has this week begun a short trial of superfast “4G” Long Term Evolution (LTE) Mobile Broadband technology in rural Cumbria (Northern England), which centres on the area of Threlkeld near one of the Lake District’s most visited peaks.

4g britain uk

30th April, 2012 (0 Comments)

Everything Everywhere (Orange UK and T-Mobile) has today kicked off their new 4GBritain campaign, which calls on the industry and government to help speed up the country’s rollout of superfast Mobile Broadband services, by claiming that next generation “4G” tech could reach “at least” 10 million people who won’t be able to get a fixed line superfast broadband ISP by 2020.

mobile broadband uk

21st April, 2012 (15 Comments)

Mobile group Everything Everywhere (Orange UK and T-Mobile) has used YouGov to independently survey 2,033 British adults in order to discover that 74% of people apparently want to bring “4G” superfast Mobile Broadband services to the country as soon as possible. Funnily enough the result is also exactly what EE would want to hear.

lte uk mobile broadband

20th April, 2012 (4 Comments)

As expected UK Broadband (UKB), the sibling of Hong Kong based telecoms giant PCCW, has announced that Swindon will be the “first local authority in the UK” to benefit from a borough-wide superfast “4G” Mobile Broadband service over its 3.5GHz based Long Term Evolution (LTE) network.

o2 uk

18th April, 2012 (3 Comments)

Mobile operator O2 UK (Telefonica) has today issued an update for its 2.6GHz trial of “4G” superfast Mobile Broadband Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology in London, which started last November 2011 (here). Apparently its 1,000 trialists have experienced internet download speeds of between 20-50Mbps (Megabits / sec) and some tests even reached close to the 150Mbps peak.

european union flag

16th April, 2012 (0 Comments)

The European Commission (EC) claims to have opened an “in-depth investigation” into the proposed creation of a new and potentially anti-competitive Mobile Commerce Joint Venture between three of the largest mobile broadband operators in the UK, including Vodafone, O2 (Telefonica) and Everything Everywhere (Orange UK and T-Mobile).

timico uk business isp

28th March, 2012 (0 Comments)

The Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Co-Founder of business ISP Timico UK, Trefor Davies, has reported experiencing “4G” superfast Mobile Broadband download speeds of up to 40Mbps (23Mbps upload) while taking part in O2’s (Telefonica) Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology trial in the city of London.

mobile broadband uk

27th March, 2012 (6 Comments)

Ofcom has delayed its proposal to allow T-Mobile and Orange UK (Everything Everywhere) to launch the country’s first 4G superfast Mobile Broadband service over their existing 1800MHz (3G) spectrum band. Separately Three UK, in an effort to ensure that they get a fair slice of the much more valuable 800MHz spectrum (covers a wider area for less money), are now mulling legal action.

o2 uk

24th March, 2012 (0 Comments)

Mobile operator O2 UK (Telefonica) has warned that Ofcom’s plan to auction off the 800MHz and 2.6GHz radio spectrum frequencies, which would be used by a new generation of 4G superfast Mobile Broadband services, could be put at “further risk of delay” after the regulator allowed T-Mobile and Orange UK (Everything Everywhere) to launch the country’s first 4G service over their existing 1800MHz (3G) band.

vodafone uk broadband

19th March, 2012 (7 Comments)

Last week’s proposal by the communications regulator, Ofcom, to allow mobile operators T-Mobile and Orange UK (Everything Everywhere) to launch a new generation of 4G superfast Mobile Broadband services over their existing 1800MHz (2G/3G) radio spectrum (here) has been heavily criticised by rival Vodafone, which suggested that the regulator had “[taken] leave of its senses“.

mobile broadband uk

13th March, 2012 (0 Comments)

The communications regulator, Ofcom, has today “provisionally” proposed to allow mobile operators T-Mobile and Orange UK (Everything Everywhere) to deploy a new generation of 4G (Long Term Evolution / LTE or WiMAX) superfast Mobile Broadband services over their existing 1800MHz radio spectrum. The group first put in a request to re-purpose the spectrum for 4G use during January 2012 (here).

high speed uk train

7th March, 2012 (0 Comments)

A new report created by Mott MacDonald for Ofcom has suggested that the much delayed auction of 800MHz and 2.6GHz radio spectrum, which will be used to deploy the next generation of 3G and 4G superfast Mobile Broadband services (e.g. LTE), could boost mobile coverage of the national UK rail network by including an “obligation for rail corridor coverage” in future licenses.

uk broadband pccw

29th February, 2012 (1 Comment)

UK Broadband (UKB), a sibling of Hong Kong based telecoms firm PCCW, has today switched on the world’s first deployment of TD-LTE (Huawei’s Time Division – Long Term Evolution) Mobile Broadband technology using the 3.5GHz spectrum band in London. UKB claims that this also represents the “first commercial deployment” of a 4G service in the UK.

three uk mobile broadband

29th February, 2012 (0 Comments)

Mobile operator Three UK (3UK) has engaged in a spot of potentially very misleading marketing today by announcing the rollout of a “4G” HSPA+ ( Evolved HSPA ) technology upgrade that will increase the services maximum Mobile Broadband download speeds from up to 21Mbps (current) to 42Mbps. Except that’s not 4G, not even close.

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