EE launched the UK's first 4G LTE network yesterday which offers speeds up five times faster than the previous best 3G networks. The operator have now issued a video documenting how to enable 4G on your smartphone.
The video, which can be viewed below, documents how to make sure 4G is enabled on the Samsung Galaxy SIII LTE (pictured above). However, it should apply equally to all Android 4G smartphones which also includes the HTC One XL, Galaxy Note II LTE and the Huawei Ascend P1 LTE.
When you've correctly enabled 4G you should see the logo displayed in the top right of your smartphone. However, you will have to live in one of the 11 cities where 4G is currently available or you won't benefit from the new super-speed network.
The iPhone 5 also supports 4G LTE and is available to buy from EE, while the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 are due to launch next week and also support the new network. While the iPad Mini and iPad 4 are due to become available on EE in the middle of November.
Earlier today we reported on the mobile broadband and MiFi deals available from EE, which you can read more about by clicking here. It's exciting times in the mobile world and great news for consumers in the long term even if the current 4G prices are little higher than we might have hoped.
By Simon Thomas on 31st October, 2012