Virgin Media on discussion with Everything Everywhere

A wholesale contract with Everything Everywhere may enable Virgin Media to deploy the next generation 4G mobile broadband. It seems that Virgin Media will become the second mobile service provider in the UK to launch a 4G mobile broadband project.

City AM reports that the cable firm is engaging in the initial discussion with the Everything Everywhere which is the owner of T-Mobile and Orange, about any possibility to utilize its upcoming 4G network on the wholesale basis.

Everything Everywhere has been planning to deploy 4G in the 16 regions across the UK that involves four major capitals, which will cover over 20 million of population by the coming Christmas.

The communities will have access to the 4G network by the next year, when the network coverage will be boosted to 70%, prior increasing it to 98% by the year 2014.

The latest technology will enable the consumers to easily enjoy live TV, download HD movies as well as to browse the website with no delay on the mobile gadgets while being out or about.

In case, if Virgin Media finally comes to a contract with the Everything Everywhere for the utilizing of their 4G network, than it will surely put the firm ahead of the other rival service providers to offer ultra fast mobile broadband service.

3 Mobile, Vodafone and O2 will have to wait for the upcoming auction in order to get adequate spectrum for the rollout of the 4G infrastructure.

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