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A week ahead of the launch of the UK's first 4G LTE network, a survey suggests that just 15% of consumers are ready to pay a premium for 4G mobile. EE, meanwhile, still hasn't released pricing info.
With the UK's first 4G LTE service due to be announced tomorrow by Everything Everywhere, the Nokia Lumia 920 looks set to be an exclusive device for the new T-Mobile and Orange 4G network.
Everything Everywhere, the Orange / T-Mobile joint venture, has been approved to launch the UK's first 4G LTE services this year, months before its rivals get the chance to even bid for 4G licences.
Apart from a few limited trials, the UK hasn't yet jumped on the 4G bandwagon - but Britain's biggest mobile operator has confirmed that it plans to launch its 4G product to customers later this year.