Vodafone has exposed that it will launch its 4G service on 29 August to clients in London after investing £900m in the system. The firm supposed, it will roll out to 12 other cities including Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield by the end of the year. Prices for customers will start at £26 per month for a SIM only deal with a 12-month contract.
Last week O2 announced plans to open its own 4G service on the similar day. O2's lowest tax is also £26 per month. EE, the first network to present the faster mobile internet service, has a base tariff of £21 per month. Vodafone has partnered with the music service Spotify and TV channel Sky Sport for its launch, to offer further content to its 4G customers.