The UK-based carrier, Three recently announced that they will begin their 4G rollout in four major cities in the UK from December of this year, bringing 4G coverage to London, Birmingham (including the surrounding West Midlands), Manchester, and Reading.

After which it will then expand to a further 42 cities by the end of the year.

Three’s marketing scheme for this is the most interesting part however, they will not be charging customers with compatible devices, all of which will be notified by the carrier when 4G is available in their city, and will receive the upgrade completely free, and even better, it links with their “all-you-can-eat” data plan.

Which makes it a hard choice for any customer looking for a 4G plan, which one will you be choosing?

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