Everything Everywhere 4G test trials in Bristol UK

We’ve heard a lot about the latest 4G coming to the mobile device world, but for residents of the UK worries regarding the high powered network connection had surfaced a couple of times. These concerns could be set to change with mobile operator Everything Everywhere’s plans.

Originally the thoughts were that the UK would not be able to support the 4G network by 2015, but as itproportal.com reported plans to introduce LTE connection throughout the country could be possible.

In order for the network connection to go ahead, Everything Everywhere has taken the next step in achieving this, by going to Ofcom in the hope to seek approval. If the company are given the all important go-ahead, then a trial LTE run will be carried out in the city of Bristol using the current 1800 MHz system. If successful then the trial will be made final to waiting public members.

Chief Executive of the telecom operator Everything Everywhere said in a brief statement, “Everything Everywhere’s vision is to launch 4G for Britain as soon as possible, and the roll out of 3.5G HSPA+ and our 4G trials across Britain are major steps towards delivering on that promise.”

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