O2s 4G network now covers 295 towns and cities and currently stand at 44.7% indoor population coverage (that’s over 55% outdoor population coverage).
02s £1.5 billion investment in their network over the next three years will include the on-going modernisation of 2G and 3G networks.
As well as this, they will continue the roll-out of 4G network until they achieve their target of 98% UK population coverage. 4G is in N.Ireland and confirmed in Derry/Londonderry and Belfast.
What are the advantages of 4G over 3G?
The main difference between 3G and 4G is speed – 4G brings broadband to your phone.
If you want to future-proof your mobile communications and entertainment, you need 4G, with speeds of up to ten times faster than 3G.
The ‘G’ in 3G and 4G stands for ‘generation’.
Downloading a five minute video takes four minutes on 3G, versus less than one minute on 4G, and a two hour movie would take over three and a half hours via 3G, compared to just over 30 minutes using 4G.
Both 3G and 4G allow you to access mobile internet on your smartphone. Put simply, 4G is a much faster version of 3G; upgrading from one to the other is like moving from dial-up internet to broadband. You’ll instantly notice the difference in faster loading pages and you can even watch YouTube videos without waiting an age for them to buffer.
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