According to The Inquirer, Virgin Mobile are currently in talks with EE, (the first company to provide a 4G connection in the UK) in order to cut a sharing deal to will allow them to run on EE’ 1800MHz spectrum.

Which actually isn’t that far-fetched as the carrier already shares a signal with Orange and T-Mobile, which as you may know are now part of the 4G network.

At the moment, it looks like EE and Three may be the only providers to have 4G LTE connectivity in the UK within the year, with rival networks now threatening legal action against Ofcom’s decision to grant EE the spectrum in the first place.

Source: The Inquirer

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