4G data services to appear in the UK
Mobile network Everything Everywhere has decided to promote 4G data services in the United Kingdom.
This company persuades business leaders to join the campaign for developing this service, the campaign is called 4GBritain. Calling for the government is made to expand the 4G data service in the country. In opinion of the chief executive of Everything Everywhere Olaf Swantee, UK has to overtake areas.
The 4G line selling has been stopped for a while by some mobile network operators. They were busy with deeming how to extend the airwaves. EE (Everything Everywhere) is the union of T-Mobile and Orange. They were the first to start the campaign. BBC reports that the companies’ employees will take the equal part in the event.
The press agent for EE says the operator is going to stop fighting in the background and will follow the example of other 34 countries applying the 4G data services.
The chief executive of the mobile network says he is surprised that Britain tails off the world, according to BBC. He says that production and technical facilities of UK are far behind those of Germany, Scandinavia and the US, though Britain is a country where the mobile technology rolls-out first.
While EE has its own 4G action programme, the analyst of Ovum Matthew Howett states some experts are skeptical as for its campaign. The operator aims to be the pioneer to expand 4G this year before the auction. EE asked Ofcom if it can restart its 1800MHz line to fulfill this plan. Experts forecast that the telecom regulator Ofcom could go to court before the auction continues.