The demand for 4G LTE connectivity has never been higher, and companies are pulling all the tricks out the bag to try to fulfil the high demand. Last night, Sprint announced that it has turned on high-speed 4G LTE data in 22 new locations. The announcement was made in a single press release on the U.S. carrier’s website.
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MetroPCS is now ready to start selling devices that run on T-Mobile’s 3G HSPA+ network, which means this is the beginning of customer migration from MetroPCS to T-Mobile. The migration has begun ahead of schedule, coming just six weeks after the newly-appointed T-Mobile began trading.
Europeans will next year be able to take their smartphones anywhere within the EU and enjoy calls, texts, and data without paying a penny more than they do at home. Expensive roaming fees are set to be scrapped by July 1, 2014, after the European Commission voted to fast-track a major overhaul of telecoms regulation.
Having a hard time connecting to the Internet on your Three smartphone this morning? You’re not the only one. The British carrier has confirmed that it is currently suffering a glitch that is affecting data services across the whole of the U.K., but it promises it is working to fix it.
It’s certainly looking like U.S. Cellular are almost ready to unveil its own version of the LG Optimus F7. An anonymous source leaked information about the device following its debut appearance with the FCC (Federal Communications Commission).
Vodafone has confirmed that it will roll out its new 4G LTE network in the United Kingdom this summer, ready for a launch “later this year.” The move follows the carrier’s £790 million ($1.2 billion) acquisition of a chunk of 4G spectrum back in February.
If you’re buying a Galaxy S4, then you’re almost spoiled for choice when it comes to deciding which carrier you wish to sign up with, because all four of the big names in the United States are offering the device. But that’s not the case if you want the handset prepaid — at least not yet.
Next month, however, you’ll be able to purchase the Galaxy S4 on Cricket from $55 down.
AT&T has announced that it will begin selling the 32GB Samsung Galaxy S4 this Friday, May 10. The device will be priced at $249.99 with a two-year contract, and it will initially be an AT&T exclusive, so you won’t find the handset on any other carrier in the United States.
EE has today announced that its 4G network is now available in another 12 towns across the United Kingdom, bringing the total number of 4G connected towns and cities to 62 in just six months following its launch. That’s 50% of the U.K. now covered by 4G, and EE is aiming to increase that to 70% by the end of the year.
If you’ve already placed your order for a new Samsung Galaxy S4 on AT&T, you’re probably impatiently awaiting its arrival on April 30. But if you’re lucky, you may get it several days early. The carrier has begun informing some customers that it is shipping the device earlier than originally expected, with delivery as early as Thursday, April 25.