To go fast in this world is an interesting thing. People are rushing towards the betterment and they are in a competition. Everyone is trying to be at the front line. Well, 2018 was a quite interesting year, in physical psychological, global and technical way. Like in technology it was an interesting year for mobiles and networking.
Now a day mobile is the need of everyone. And in the field of mobile communication, this generation needs a change in the fundamental nature of the service, transmission, quality, new frequency brands, packages and higher capacity in data transfer etc. Taking this into the account, the data abuse, and increased regulations, many launchers tried their best to meet the demands of the users.
The best step is “introduction of 4G”. In today’s article, we are mainly focused on the network fastest speed namely 4G. 4g offers maximum real speed of downloading. It gives a speed limit of 60 Mbps. theoretically, 4g speed is significantly higher 30 Mbps, but this speed is only achievable in certain limited conditions. You can say as in ideal conditions.
Which network has the highest
Most of the time you will be getting 3G or 3G HSPA+ speeds on UK networks. 4G (4G LTE) is the fastest speed that gives wing to the mobile networks. It offers nearly 20 Mbps speed but the theoretically it is 150 Mbps. 4G is the fourth 4th generation of broadband cellular network technology. This came after the 3G system and it must provide capabilities defined by ITU in IMT advanced
after the 4G the new arrival of 4G LTE took place. The LTE long term evolution was commercially deployed in Oslo, Norway, and Sweden in 2019.
Frequencies of 4g Networks.
Mobile 4G network uses several frequencies which are:
- 700 MHz (Band 28 – Telstra / Optus)
- 850 MHz (Band 5 – Vodafone)
- 900 MHz (Band 8 – Telstra)
- 1800 MHz (Band 3 – Telstra / Optus / Vodafone)
- 2100 MHz (Band 1 – [a small number of Telstra sites] / Optus [Tasmania] / Vodafone)
- 2300 MHz (Band 40 – Optus [Vivid Wireless spectrum])
- 2600 MHz (Band 7 – Telstra / Optus)
You can have two types of tariffs; EE max, EE flagship 4G tariff, and EE essential, low-cost alternative. If you are with the EE Max you can enjoy the fastest speed at 30 per month. It offers you maximum and highest downloading speed. More than the highest speed it provides data allowance up to 60 GB per month. Comparatively, if you are going for a lower cost alternative there is an EE Essential monthly plan. In this plan, you can have 30 GB data allowance per month
Accessibility of EE Max and EE Essential
The customers who are dealing in EE max can access 4G+ coverage on the other hand customers with EE Essential has accessibility to Double speed 4G network.
|EE MAX||EE ESSENTIAL|
|EU countries + other countries like Australia, Canada, Mexico, NewZealand, united states||EU countries only|
|EE Max EE Essential|
|Monthly Price From £30/month From £12/month|
|Minutes Unlimited Unlimited|
|Texts Unlimited Unlimited|
|Data 8 GB to 60 GB 500 MB to 30 GB|
|Data Speed Fastest speeds available Up to 60 Mbps- Double- speed 4G|
|Tethering ✔ ✔|
|MONTHLY COST / UPFRONT COST||PLAN TERM|
|5 GB||13 / 0.00 £||24 MONTHS|
|15 GB||22 / 0.00 £||24 MONTH|
|15 GB||25 / 40.00 £||30 DAYS|
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