EE has used the outcome of a meeting on Tuesday between the government and rival operators to tout the forthcoming availability of LTE-enabled smartphones that will soon be able to run on its 4G network.
The meeting saw mobile operators agree that 4G auctions will take place six months earlier than planned. This paved the way for EE's early 4G network launch, which can now take place as planned.
The LTE-enabled iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3, HTC One XL and Huawei Ascend P1 will soon all run on the faster network, although at present are still limited to 3G.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy Note II will be available from 15 October and also run on the 4G network.
Customers will first have to buy the phones on a 3G price plan with either Orange or T-Mobile before being upgrading to EE's 4G network, which it is promising will arrive, "in the coming weeks".
"We're delighted to now be offering our customers a range of 4G ready smartphones to choose from," said Pippa Dunn, chief marketing officer at EE.
The move to highlight the 4G capabilities of the devices on its network is in keeping with EE's aggressive marketing strategy around its 4G offerings, after it announced plans to have 12 cities online before Christmas.
There's no word yet as to when the 4G LTE enabled Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 handsets will go on sale, although they are expected to arrive on the network in early November.
The price plan details remain a mystery too, and EE was unable to give us any further information.
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