UK Broadband to launch new consumer 4G broadband service

Wednesday 4 June 2014 | 11:14 CET | News
UK B2B mobile services provider UK Broadband, a PCCW group company, is set to launch a consumer 4G broadband service on 04 June, reports the Wall Street Journal. This service will combine both fixed and mobile networks. UK Broadband already provides services in London and three other cities across the UK. It will expand its London network to provide broadband to homes and businesses. According to an unnamed source familiar with the plans, the new 'Relish' service would offer data packages with fast download speeds to Londoners using its national radio spectrum.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: PCCW
Countries: United Kingdom
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