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4G is years rather than months away, says O2

4G is years rather than months away, says O2 | O2 has told TechRadar that a 4G network for the UK is still years rather than months away. Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Options open: Vodafone joins WiMAX Forum

Options open: Vodafone joins WiMAX Forum | Vodafone is keeping its options open for future mobile broadband technology by joining the WiMAX Forum. This is the standards and specifications body promoting the wireless technology that could rival the next generation of mobile networks Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Broadband on the move: free Wi-Fi vs 3G

Broadband on the move: free Wi-Fi vs 3G | Mobile broadband packages are now affordable, but do you need one or can you get by for free? Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Vodafone slashes flat rate data prices

Vodafone slashes flat rate data prices | PC and laptop users with data cards can get a better deal on 3G mobile broadband usage with a new set of deals from Vodafone. Vodafone has cut the price of its monthly flat rate data package and boosted roaming deals Buying advice from the leading technology site

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3 launches pay-as-you-go mobile broadband

3 launches pay-as-you-go mobile broadband | Mobile communications provider 3 has launched a Pay As You Go (PAYG) version of its popular mobile broadband service. To join customers must first purchase a USB modem 'dongle' at a cost of £99. From here customers can 'top-up' their mobile broadband credit in increments of 1GB, 3GB or 7GB at a cost of £10, £15 and £25 respectively Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Virgin Media announces 7.2Mbps mobile broadband

Virgin Media announces 7.2Mbps mobile broadband | Virgin Media has announced its news high-speed mobile broadband service – offering 7.2Mbps through a USB dongle. Buying advice from the leading technology site

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Londoners will enjoy blazing 5G speeds by 2020, promises Boris Johnson

Londoners will enjoy blazing 5G speeds by 2020, promises Boris Johnson | It may be less than six years before Londoners are able to download a movie to their phones in under a second. Buying advice from the leading technology site