Tesco Mobile, which is an MVNO operated by UK’s supermarket giant, is now offering LTE services, charging a monthly premium of £2.50 for customers wanting to upgrade.
Relying on the O2 network, Tesco’s 4G tariffs start at £10 per month and that cash gets users half a gig of 4G data along with 250 voice minutes. If you, however, need more data – you can easily add more gigabytes. Or if you’re afraid of overspending, you can go for Capped Tariff that allows you to cap monthly spend and ensure you aren’t hit with unexpectedly high bills at the end of the month.
On the other hand, everyone is free to stick to 3G speeds if he or she thinks the benefits of faster mobile Internet access are not worth the extra cost.
Just like the local arm of O2, Tesco Mobile will roll out 4G in 10 cities by the end of the year.