Mobile phone network O2 brings 4G to Melbourn
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Mobile phone network O2 has introduced its 4G digital service in Melbourn.
The firm says the successful implementation of the 4G network will allow its customers to experience a new level of high speed mobile internet.
Derek McManus, chief operating officer at Telefónica UK, of which O2 is a subsidiary, said: “I’m delighted O2 customers in Melbourn will be able to experience faster mobile internet, making everything easier when using their phone or tablet.
“They’ll be able to stream high definition TV, shop on the go and use video calling.
“For our business customers, using 4G means they can be more effective and flexible by working remotely, accessing cloud services and collaborating using apps.”
In addition to the launch of 4G, O2 has upgraded its 2G and 3G network in the area as part of its Network Modernisation Programme.
O2 currently offers 4G in more than 11,000 towns and cities across the UK.
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For more about 4G on O2, visit www.o2.co.uk/4G.