Vodafone has announced that they will start rolling out their 4G network starting from August 29th and London will be the first city to see the Vodafone 4G network. The plan includes introduction of 4G network to 12 different cities which includes Birmingham, Bradford, Coventry, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham and Sheffield.
The plans start at £26 a month for 2GB of data. The plan will be suitable for all the 4G enabled devices like Nokia 925, Galaxy S4 or BlackBerry Z10. If you would like to sign up for the service before the official roll out begins, you’re in luck. You can sign up for the service starting from 12th this month by going to the official stores. If you’re a customer with an LTE device you can add £5 to your current plan for the 4G experience.
You should really hurry in case you want to try it out as Vodafone is giving away unlimited data for the first 3 months as an introductory offer along with an option to select from Spotify premium or Premiership football content bundles. Would you be interested in a 4G connection? Do you think Vodafone should have given an unlimited data plan for the same amount of money? Let us know your thoughts by commenting below.