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"Our new 4G Phone Promise means customers who purchase an iPhone 5 then want to change to a 4G phone next year can upgrade mid-way through their contract," the oxygenated operator opines. Apple's new iPhone comes with 4G capability, but it will only latch onto the 1,800MHz spectrum band, which is the frequency that EE (formerly Everything Everywhere) will be using for its brand new 4GEE service. That means O2 and Vodafone customers won't be able to get 4G using the iPhone 5, even once those operators get their own networks set up next year. That's unless Apple releases a modified version of the iPhone 5 that's compliant with those networks' spectrum, but whether that will happen is anyone's guess.
The competitive local phone market was ravaged by consolidation and failures in the past year, but the remaining providers are poised for growth, according to a new study by The Strategis Group, a communications industry consulting firm, Survivors of the sector's shakeout, such as XO Communications, Time Warner Telecom and Allegiance Telecom among others, will iphone 8 lava lamp case emerge as a smaller, yet stronger group of challengers to the Baby Bell local phone giants, the firm said, The Strategis Group estimates that competitive phone industry revenues will increase by 357 percent over the next five years, driven by demand for local phone, long-distance voice and data services, Total industry revenues are expected to grow to $58.8 billion in 2005, up from $12.8 billion in 2000, the study shows..
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