==== New Zealand ====
In [[New Zealand]], the first 4G network has been introduced for some parts of Auckland by [[Vodafone New Zealand|Vodafone NZ]] on 28 February 2013. 4G will be live in parts of Christchurch in May, and parts of Wellington in August/September 2013 .refref==== Phillippines ====
As part of its massive network upgrade, Globe ref has launched its 4th Generation Long-Term Evolution (4G LTE) network for mobile and broadband. To date, Globe has completed over 2,700 4G LTE network sites, with the number expected to rise to over 4000 by the end of 2012.
In September, Globe launched its 4G LTE network covering key commercial as well as residential areas in Makati, with more sites following shortly in Manila, Cebu, Davao, and other select regions. As more key activations are completed in the coming months, Globe subscribers will soon enjoy best-in-class mobile and broadband services across the Philippines.
==== Romania ====
On 31 October 2012, [[Vodafone]] has launched 4G tests.ref Now 4G connectivity is available in several cities: [[Otopeni]], [[Constanta]], [[Galati]], [[Craiova]], [[Brasov]], [[Bacau]], [[Iasi]], [[Cluj-Napoca]], and [[Timisoara]].ref==== Scandinavia ====[[TeliaSonera]] started deploying LTE (branded "4G") in Stockholm and Oslo November 2009 (as seen above), and in several Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish cities during 2010. In June 2010, Swedish television companies used 4G to broadcast live television from the [[...|Swedish Crown Princess' Royal Wedding]].ref