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Coming up to a year since Vodafone switched on its 4G network, the carrier's finally opened those superfast airwaves up to pay-as-you-go customers today. If you already own a compatible handset, all you need is a £20 \"Freedom Freebee\" top-up -- which grants you 2GB of data, 500 minutes and u

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August 29, 2014 at 10:00AM
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4G is now a mainstream technology in the UK, meaning network operators can chase more frugal consumers with low-cost, own-brand handsets. It's unlikely O2 and Three will get involved in this race to the bottom; they simply don't have the experience EE (through its sub-brands Orange and T-Mobile) a

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Last year we would've bet our lunch money on Vodafone being the first UK carrier to release an own-brand LTE smartphone. After all, we spotted a \"Vodafone Smart 4G\" picking up its roaming permit from the US communications regulator, and only a few weeks after the carrier switched on its UK LTE net

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