The UK's first fourth generation mobile service has come to Bristol. It's one of 11 cities which is offering speeds up to five times faster than 3G, making it easier to upload films and games. Local businesses believe it could creeate new jobs.
However, there is only one network currently providing the service and some have questioned its affordability.
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