Phones 4U to produce 4G mobile network
Phones 4U has announced that it’ll launch an online 3G network on EE’s infrastructure with 4G LTE in the future.
The service, known as Existence Mobile, will launch in March and can give consumers more choice that network they will use. Phones 4U stated it’ll offer an array of tariffs and services including data packages as standard. See: What’s 4G? An entire help guide to 4G.
Tim Whiting, Group Leader at Phones 4U, stated: “We’re happy to be extending our longstanding partnership with EE to be able to add Existence Mobile towards the extensive product range and services offered at Phones 4u.”
“Existence Mobile will enable us versatility and creativeness in designing propositions to provide our customers even more choice.”
The network will initially launch as 3G only on EE’s infrastructure with 4G LTE to become added a while later in 2013. See also: 4G versus 3G network hands-on speed test.
Detailed information from the Existence Mobile tariffs and services is going to be available within the next couple of days. Customers can register on the internet and throughout Phones 4U’s stores such as the store-in-stores inside Currys and PC World.
Marc Overton, V . P . of Wholesale at EE, stated: “Our ambition would be to provide 4G to key industry players through the finish of 2013, so we feel this can open an enormous amount of possibilities for new and existing partners alike.”
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