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    EE, Qualcomm and Sony demo gigabit LTE in London

    Meanwhile rival operator Three kicks off an unlimited 'Go Binge' data promotion.
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    Re: EE, Qualcomm and Sony demo gigabit LTE in London

    It saddens me that Three have done that, but they're not the first. It was either O2 or Vodafone that allowed Spotify and another sound streamer for free bandwidth use without affecting your metered plan.

    Its sad that Net Neutrality is still not a major thing

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    Re: EE, Qualcomm and Sony demo gigabit LTE in London

    Gigabit LTE in London.... well it would be nice if we could maybe get 4G or even 3G in ALL of the UK first... but then maybe it's just me.... Also does show that we really need to get our landline infrastructure sorted, we shouldn't have faster mobile connections than landline....

    Also it's all very well having the speed on the mobile network but you also need capacity AND an allowance which makes it worthwhile...all for a fair price.


    As to netflix and three... doesn't really affect me in the slightest because I can't get a three signal where I live.... so they can stick all the offers up they want but I can't use them.

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    Re: EE, Qualcomm and Sony demo gigabit LTE in London

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    Gigabit LTE in London.... well it would be nice if we could maybe get 4G or even 3G in ALL of the UK first...
    Would be nice just to get a signal in some of the places I go in the UK, let alone 3G or 4G.....

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    Re: EE, Qualcomm and Sony demo gigabit LTE in London

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    Would be nice just to get a signal in some of the places I go in the UK, let alone 3G or 4G.....
    yeah tell me about it.... Just been looking for a new contract/sim so currently doing the 'payg' check signal process.

    I was actually surprised to find that O2, previously the worst signal here is actually now my strongest.. three is non existent, vodafone (previously my best option) is still a low signal and ee only works in half the house.... which when you consider that I might be in a village and the countryside I'm not exactly in a location that doesn't have a lot of people in it, it's one of the largest villages in Norfolk, but then Norfolk as a whole sucks for mobile signal because we're so flat there's always something in the way blocking the signal....

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    Re: EE, Qualcomm and Sony demo gigabit LTE in London

    Haha this is so sad it's funny

    Especially because EU would probably say this is anti competitive, but obviously who cares if uk is leaving.

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