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Three customers have reported problems making calls and sending texts but the company says the issues should now be resolved.Read the full story ›
Phone company Three will attempt to make up for its late entry into the 4G network battle by offering customers an upgrade to the high-speed service for free.
The company said a "simple software upgrade" would be made available "at no extra cost" upon its launch in London, Birmingham and Manchester in December.
The service will be available in 50 cities by the end of 2014.
Like rivals Vodafone and O2, who launched 4G services today, and high-speed frontrunner EE, the company's reach will grow to 95% of the UK by the end of 2015.
Mobile network Three has said it is having problems providing internet access to customers.
Service has been restored in London, but customers in the rest of the country will have to wait until this afternoon at the earliest.
We're having some issues with our data network this morning. It's being worked on as a priority, sorry for any inconvenience. More to follow
We’re happy to say internet access in London is up & running & the whole network should be back to normal this afternoon.