Trailing their counterparts in the US, Asia, and the rest of Europe, UK mobile operators are finally ready to deploy their 4G LTE networks. The 800MHz and 2.6GHz spectrum will provide Vodafone, O2, and Three with the ability to offer 4G services capable of rivalling EE, which enjoyed months as the UK's only LTE network. EE has vowed to double the capacity and speed of its superfast service, delivering more 4G bandwidth than any of its UK competitors, in an attempt to retain customers and fend off competition from its rivals. But with its two main competitors launching on August 29th 2013, will it be enough? Follow the whole story right here.