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Vodafone starts rolling out '4.5G' LTE Advanced in the UK

Vodafone starts rolling out '4.5G' LTE Advanced in the UK

Vodafone has started rolling out Carrier Aggregation technology in the UK, which offers 4G users the ability to enjoy data speeds that are up to three times faster than conventional 4G connections.

Carrier Aggregation, also known as LTE Advanced (LTE-A) or 4.5G, allows network operators to combine parts of their radio spectrum for faster connections.

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Phones 4u in administration: EE, Vodafone and Dixons Carphone all offer roles to retail staff

Phones 4u in administration: EE, Vodafone and Dixons Carphone all offer roles to retail staff

Dixons Carphone, EE and Vodafone have all offered roles to a number of staff affected by the closure of Phones 4u stores.

Over 5,500 staff worked for the retailer when it went into administration last week.

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UK mobile phone specialist Phones 4u goes into administration

UK mobile phone specialist Phones 4u goes into administration

Over 5,500 jobs at risk

UK mobile phone specialist Phones 4u and a number of its associated businesses - including MVNO Life Mobile - have gone into administration today.

The company says it follows the decisions of Vodafone and then EE not to renew their network agreements, which represented over 90% of all connections it made.

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UK mobile phone call quality research by Ofcom puts EE in first place

UK mobile phone call quality research by Ofcom puts EE in first place

Ofcom has published research on mobile phone call quality from the ‘big four’ UK network operators.

It’s used data from mobile analytics specialist RootMetrics to better understand consumers’ experience of making phone calls on the EE, O2, Three and Vodafone networks.

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Ofcom cuts back on its plans to increase UK mobile spectrum fees

Ofcom has scaled back its plans to increase the licence fees paid by UK mobile networks for the 900MHz and 1800MHz spectrum bands initially used for 2G and 3G services.

It previously proposed increasing overall charges paid by the ‘big four’ mobile network operators from £39.7 million for the 1800MHz spectrum up to £170.4 million.

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