Last week was a good one for 4G in the UK. Not only did Vodafone and O2 launch their 4G networks… and not only did EE pass the milestone of 100 towns and cities with 4G coverage… but Three UK confirmed its plans for a 4G launch.
In a blog post, Three said it’ll begin its 4G rollout in December 2013. London, Birmingham and Manchester will be the first cities on its list, with another 50 cities due to be added by the end of 2014.
Three is emphasising that every customer with a 4G-capable device will be able to use the 4G service at no extra cost, including customer’s who’ve chosen an ‘All You Can Eat’ data deal.