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Discussion in 'UK iPad Forum' started by Mikeyyy1, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. Mikeyyy1

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    Will my iPad 3 work in the Uk when EE network ( orange TMobile roll out 4g LTE soon
     
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    Yes it will - however it will ONLY be a NEW EE CONTRACT that will recieve 4G - any excisting Orange or TMobile contracts will NOT get 4G despite your ipad or phone handset saying EE on top left (network supplier name).

    You will however be allowed to transfer your excisting contract with Orange or TMobile to the new 4G EE contract - prices are still being decided.

    Have aread of this :- http://www.itproportal.com/2012/09/12/guide-to-uk-4g-lte-network-from-ee-phones-coverage-and-more/

    The actual role out of EE network 4G will not be a national coverage but will be gradually spread over coming months/years.
     
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    Hello there ,

    Thank you for replying to my post. I'm pleased to hear there is going to be a way to get 4g on my iPad. However by renewing contract on my iPad 3 may be for another 2 years. I've had this one since its release,
    There is always a but or a price to pay,
    Michael
     
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    I did not think the iPad 3 will work with EE on 4G as the bandwidth is totally incompatible.
     
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    The new iPad 4 should be fine as most likely the English and aus version will be same 4g type as iPhone 5
     
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