Anyone else seen that?BBC News said:Telecoms regulator Ofcom has allowed Everything Everywhere, the owner of the Orange and T-Mobile networks, to use its existing bandwidth to launch fourth-generation (4G) mobile services....
... Everything Everywhere will be allowed to offer 4G services from 11 September.
Date of 11th September is very interesting... just in time for Orange/T-mobile to advertise along the lines of "The only UK network to offer iPhone 5 4G".
I find it very odd Ofcom have allowed this.
Realistically I can't see most places getting it anytime soon (not that I personally have the remotest issue with the speed of 3G).