UK operator EE switches on ‘4G+’ in London with speeds of up to 150Mbps – but not for your iPhone 6

EE launches the UK?s first ever fleet of superfast 4G taxis in London and Birmingham (delete one city depending on town) allowing passengers to browse, email, Tweet and check Facebook for free using superfast 4G on the go

EE has announced that its 4G users in London are set to get a speed boost from today, following the switching on of its ‘4G+’ network in the capital. Also known as LTE-Advanced (or LTE-A), the faster network will offer downloads speeds of up to 150Mbps, the company said. Initially, the 4G+ service will only be available to users in central London, but it’ll be expanded to cover Greater London and “the UK’s busiest cities” in 2015. Details, details… Average speeds should be around the 90Mbps mark for users with a compatible (Cat 6) device and plan (4GEE Extra or...

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