If you're a BlackBerry 10 user on the UK network Three you'll be pleased to hear that all users have automatically been switched to a 4G plan. What makes Three unique compared with other UK carriers is that they are not charging any extra for the privilidge - something they promised right from the start.
Of course, their 4G coverage is limited at the moment with it only being in place in 36 towns and cities, but that will grow fairly rapidly, with 98% of the population having 4G coverage by the end of 2015. This year alone should see the them offering LTE in 50 cities and 200 towns - nice.
All BlackBerry 10 devices are 4G ready so if you are on Three and hit an area with coverage you'll be in for some pretty fast speeds. It may be worth jumping into your settings and just checking your BlackBerry will search for 4G. To do this:
Open settings (pull down from the top bezel)
Select Network and Connections
Select Mobile Network
Check the 'Network Mode is set to 4G & 3G
If you have an unlocked BlackBerry 10 smartphone Three offer some superb value SIM only deals. You can check them out here.
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