4G will only be accessible to those with phones like iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy SIII LTE.
Until today Britain has used 2G and 3G networks to connect phones and tablets to the internet on the go. 4G allows users to download more quickly with promised speeds 5-7 times faster than today's 3G by 2014.
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