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Vodafone, the world’s 2nd largest mobile carrier, has actually revealed that it’ll start a 4G network rollout in the United Kingdom on August 29. The company has stated that service will begin in London and will broaden to twelve even more cities within the UK by the end of the year, and is claiming that it’ll have 98 % indoor protection across the UK within the next few years.

Price plans will start at ₤ 26 a month without a mobile gadget for unlimited calls, texts, and 2GB of information, or ₤ 34 for a strategy that includes a 4G ready device, endless calls and texts, and 500MB of information, and existing clients with a 4G prepared device can update for an extra ₤ 5.

Vodafone is also offering customers the possibility to trade in gadgets for discounts towards 4G prepared gadgets, with register starting on the 12th of this month both in store or online. Significantly, Apple’s iPhone 5 won’t work with Vodafone’s 4G LTE service due to distinctions in frequency support, although numerous anticipate the issue to be resolved with the launch of the iPhone 5S as soon as next month.

The company is also offering endless information for the first 3 months of service when a consumer join a new plan, in addition to a marketing deal for Spotify Premium or Sky Sports Mobile TELEVISION for 6 months depending on the toll.

Vodafone’s statement news comes after O2 announced remain week that it would become the second British carrier to offer 4G service, and also signs up with carrier EE, which introduced its 4G network last October. Currently, EE’s 4G network is the just one of the 3 British carriers to be compatible with the iPhone 5’s 4G LTE bands.