We wont see it in Maulden. in fact it would be nice just to have a signal in Haynes but things will be getting faster...
Browsing speeds on some 4G handsets in some UK cities are set to accelerate as two UK operators switch on an improved version of the mobile technology.
Called 4G+ by EE and 4.5G by Vodafone, the technology can offer data rates of 150 megabits per second (Mbps).
In practice, those signing up to use the service should see speeds of up to 90 Mbps - much faster than standard 4G.
However, the technology is only usable on two handsets currently available in the UK.
EE announced that its 4G+ service should now be available in 150 sites across central London. It has been testing the technology in the Tech City area of the capital since late 2013.
The whole of EE's 4G London network should be upgraded for 4G+ by June 2015, it said. By then upgrades to its network in Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester will also be under way.