UK operators are jostling to promote their forthcoming availability of the new Apple iPhone 5 on their networks.
All the major networks have confirmed they will offer the phone when it is available on 21 September, with EE, the combination of Orange and T-Mobile, shouting the loudest thanks to its ability to offer the iPhone on its new 4G network.
"EE will launch an exclusive 4G LTE version of the new iPhone when the EE customer brand launches in the coming weeks, giving customers five times faster network speeds than on 3G," the firm said.
Vodafone and O2 also revealed they will be selling the device, although kept quiet about the lack of 4G support.
"We welcome the arrival of the iPhone 5 and Vodafone UK plans to offer the new device to our customers. Availability of the device will be announced in due course," said Vodafone.
On its Twitter account O2 said: "Like the look of the new iPhone 5? So do we - that's why it's coming to O2. More details to come over the next few days."
Three also confirmed it would sell the device.
"Three today announced it will offer iPhone 5, the thinnest and lightest iPhone ever, to customers in the UK beginning Friday, September 21," it said.
However, no operators gave any indication of pricing for the device, although many long-term customers of iPhone devices will be hoping they can upgrade without cost to the new device, as it comes roughly two years after the launch of the iPhone 4.
The new iPhone features a A6 dual-core processor, a 4in screen, weighs 112 grams and has a screen resolution 1136x640, and a 8MP rear-mount camera.
However, it does lack near field communication support, which could disappoint some as this is now a standard component in most high-end devices, such as the Samsung Galaxy S3.
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