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Everything Everywhere pushes towards 4G, wants to show off its wad

HSPA+ in six months, LTE by year-end Everything Everywhere is planning to deploy 4G into the UK by the end of 2012, but mostly just to remind everyone how much it is investing in UK infrastructure.…
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