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giffgaff has said that it is now "ready for a full scale launch of 4G", beginning on November 12, with three new goodybags, but there's still no unlimited 4G data option - 5GB is the most you'll get.
giffgaff is changing its 'goodybag' price plans, removing unlimited data from all but the top-tier plan and limiting speeds to 300kbps for those using "more than their fair share" during peak hours.
giffgaff - a carrier famed for offering unlimited data at low cost - has revealed its 4G 'goodybags', but its top-tier 4G package offers just 2GB of data, 500 mins and unlimited texts for £15 a month.
giffgaff has announced plans for the rollout of its 4G services. Consultation with the user community begins next month, ahead of a full launch in March 2014 - but will unlimited data bundles live on?
The UK's telecommunications regulator, Ofcom, has announced that five companies have successfully bid for 4G spectrum, in an auction that raised just £2.34bn - far less than had been expected.
A new study suggests that British people spend more than six billion pounds annually on phone contracts, with more than two-thirds of that being spent on overpriced contracts.
The CEO of the 'giffgaff' network reveals that the carrier is reviewing the 'sustainability' of its low-cost unlimited mobile data packages, as user demand for multimedia on the move soars.