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HTC has resumed its rollout of Android 4.4.2 KitKat for HTC One handsets in the U.K. three weeks after the release was pulled. Customers on Vodafone, Three, and O2 should see the update soon if they haven’t already received it.


Samsung has confirmed that its new Galaxy S5 will be available to pre-order in the United Kingdom from Friday, March 28, ahead of its April 11 launch. Fans can register their interest in the device on Samsung’s website to receive a reminder email when the big day arrives.


Three U.K. has confirmed that all customers have now been switched to a 4G tariff, allowing them to connect to LTE networks where available at no extra cost. Three’s LTE coverage now spans 36 towns and cities across Britain, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, and Liverpool.


Tesco Mobile has today announced that it is giving all contract customers in the U.K. 4G LTE services at no extra cost. They will continue to pay the same price they’ve been paying for 3G, but they’ll get significantly faster speeds in 4G areas throughout the country.


Three U.K. has today announced that customers will now be able to use their U.K. allowances of calls, texts, and data in the United States and three other countries at no additional cost as part of its “fear-free” Feel At Home roaming initiative.


Today, the popular British operator, Three U.K, officially launched its “super-fast” 4G service in three cities across the United Kingdom without warning. The carrier claims that “a few thousand” customers in London, Birmingham and Manchester have been given access to its new LTE network and by the end of February 1.5 million customers with 4G-enabled devices will have the ability to use the service.


If you’ve got a thing for super-sized smartphones and you live in the U.K., you’ll be pleased to know you can now get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The device is now available from a number of carriers and smartphone retailers, as is Galaxy Gear, the companion smartwatch that brings apps and notifications to your wrist.

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