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TechRepublic Member | October 03, 2012
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iPhone 5 and 4G: What does it mean for the UK?
Apple's iPhone 5 is here, and it has 'ultra-fast' 4G. Is the UK ready for this new breed of wireless tech? This ZDNet guide explains what 4G can do for you and how you can get it, and why the UK has lagged behind in 4G adoption...
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