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August 1, 2013

O2 set to start rolling out 4G beginning August 29th in London, Leeds and Bradford


Here in the UK EE dominate the 4G market as they are the only ones who provide the speedy data service but that is about to end. Starting August 39th, O2 will start to offer LTE in London, Leeds and Bradford with an additional 13 cities to be added by the end of the year. Prices are to start from £26/month and you get a “Happiness Guarantee” if taking a plan straight from O2 in case you ain’t feeling the LTE love. EE do offer a cheaper plan at £21/month but I’m sure when other networks get involved we could see some decent pricing battles as the company’s try to win over customers. O2 are also offering 12 months of free music content but again EE users get there free music from Deezer for the length of there contract. To celebrate the launch O2 is having a launch concert at its Shepard Bush Empire venue and not only that it will stream the concert across billboards in London for those who can’t attend. No word who will be playing at the gig but I’m sure it will be fun. Full details of the other price plans etc are in the press release below.

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