Everything Everywhere Gets 4G Go-ahead... Just In Time For iPhone 5

Orange and T-Mobile have been given the go-ahead by Ofcom to start the delivery of its 4G network. The new superfast mobile broadband will be marketed under the companies new branding, Everything Everywhere and may also provide signal to Three (will they rebrand to Four I wonder?)

The timing is perfect, with the new iPhone almost a dead cert to sport a 4G radio (and its likely to be popular with New iPad users too, which also sports a 4G radio, pointlessly as things stand) and with rivals O2 and Vodafone stuck on HSUPA could give the two networks a big sales boost as iPhone buyers flock to the faster signal.

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