It seems that Three is in great need of updating its 4G coverage map, as more and more places are activated without notice.
More info: Three Coverage Support
I’ve talked a lot about Three in the last few months, partly because of the excellent value of the One Plan, and also because of its launch of 4G, which finally happened after a lot of initial confusion. Now, EE has adjusted its own SIM-only deals, so it seems only fair to… [Click for more]
Three has today launched a new range of tariffs, including unlimited calls, texts, calls to 0800 numbers and more. Oh, plus a cap on tethering.
It’s finally happening! Ordinary customers (as against staff, beta testers, engineers, journalists and bloggers) on Three are finding themselves able to use its new 4G network, subject to having a compatible handset and being in an area of coverage.
Tesco today announced it will no longer charge £2.50 extra per month to allow its customers to use 4G on its pay-monthly tariffs.
With Three about to increase the price of the SIM-only One Plan, rising to £20 per month on a 12-month contract, and £22 on a 30-day rolling contract, Virgin Media has announced an additional VIP tariff that could give Three a run for its money.
As long as I’ve got my 4G enabled SIM, I’ll continue to do testing as I move around London day and night.
As Three begins the process of activating users for its 4G network, I headed into London to do some speed tests and put Three’s 4G service up against EE and O2, as well as pitting 4G versus 3G.
My 4G-activated SIM for Three has arrived! Unfortunately I don’t have 4G at home, so over the coming days I’ll be out and about to do some testing and comparisons, both against Three’s standard DC-HSPA service, as well as other networks (EE & O2). Unfortunately I don’t currently have a… [Click for more]
Three has confirmed all of its subscribers will gain access to 4G by mid-February, as well as allowing a select group of bloggers a chance to do some speed tests.