Tag: uk


UK 2G and 3G networks will be switched off by 2033

December 8, 2021

Via: TechRadar

The UK’s 2G and 3G networks will be switched off by 2033 as part of plans to promote the development and rollout of 5G services and to diversify the telecommunications supply chain. The government says the sunsetting of the aging […]


Average UK broadband speeds are faster than ever as full fibre makes an impact

September 9, 2021

Via: TechRadar

Investments in full fibre and cable infrastructure coupled with upgrades from customers has seen the average UK broadband speed to increase by a fifth since the start of the pandemic. Lockdown restrictions and social distancing measures have elevated the role […]

Mobile Networks

BT wins first neutral host contract for 4G

July 9, 2021

Via: TechRadar

BT has secured its first neutral host customer contract in the UK, installing infrastructure at the UK’s largest single site life science park that can support mobile services from all four mobile operators. Traditionally, mobile operators have operated separate radio […]

News, Technology, Wireless

The latest on the status of the UK’s 5G deployments

March 10, 2021

Via: RCR Wireless News

The U.K.’s four largest mobile operators — EE, Vodafone, Three UK and O2 — have launched 5G technologies in the U.K.’s main cities, as well as in a number of small and medium-sized cities. In September 2020, Point Topic and […]


EE Starts Rolling Out 3-Channel LTE-A to Offer Max Speed of 400Mbps

September 8, 2016

Via: The Fast Mode

The largest mobile operator in the UK, EE in the next phase of its 4G network upgrade is rolling out three channel carrier aggregation of LTE-Advanced(LTE-A) feature, boosting internet performance for those with Cat 9 smartphones, which can achieve peak speeds of […]