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UK Broadband 4G hands-on - laptops
In the picture above, the laptop on the left is connected to UK Broadband's 4G service, while the one on the right is using a Three Mi-Fi dongle with 3G.
Using the service in a stationary position, ZDNet UK saw speed-test results of around 48Mbps. By comparison, the 3G-connected laptop returned results of between 8Mbps and 10Mbps.
The subscription price for the 3.5GHz TD-LTE service will be comparable to the typical cost of a fixed-line broadband service, at around £20 to £25, a spokeswoman for UK Broadband said. It will be provided completely uncapped at launch, meaning there will be no limit on the amount that people can download, she added.
Image credit: Ben Woods