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Mobile operators to delay 4G roll out

Ireland's mobile phone operators are set to delay the launch of fourth generation (4G) mobile phone services until early autumn.

13th April, 2013

Ireland's mobile phone operators are set to delay the launch of fourth generation (4G) mobile phone services until early autumn. The four main operators had been planning to launch the new services from as early as next month. However, this will now not happen, with three of the four operators citing August as the earliest possible date for a 4G launch in Ireland. Vodafone, Three and Meteor are now expecting to launch 4G services between...

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