updated 05:20 am EST, Wed December 4, 2013
Three removes roaming charges for UK users in US, Indonesia, Macau, Sri Lanka
British carrier Three has expanded its Feel At Home scheme to four more countries. Subscribers visiting the United States, Indonesia, Macau, and Sri Lanka will be able to use their call, text, and data allowances in the same way they already do at home, without any extra roaming charges. The carrier also advised that it would be rolling out its 4G service to customers throughout the winter, and aims to have all subscribers with a 4G-capable device able to use its 4G network by the end of the first quarter of 2014.
The "Dancing Pony" and Pug from Three's current marketing
EE activates 4G LTE network in 10 areas, 19 more before the end of the year
Mobile phone network EE has activated its 4G LTE network in ten more areas of the United Kingdom. Engadget reports that Bath, Bournemouth, Brighton, Cambridge, Darlington, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Northampton, Poole, Portsmouth, and Redcar will have access, with another 19 areas set to go live in time for Christmas. Future areas include Aberdeen, Cheltenham, Exeter, Grimsby, Swansea, and York.