First of all, let me say that I really like Three for everything it has done to shake up the market over the years. And when Feel at Home launched, I was one of the many customers who could save a packet when travelling abroad. But as someone fortunate […]
I’ve certainly been rather outspoken about the limitations of Three’s Feel at Home scheme for the last year or so, but there is some good news. Next month sees the addition of 24 new destinations where you can enjoy calls, texts and data at no extra cost. These new destinations […]
Three has unveiled brand-new Essentials plans. The cynic in me wonders if this is a sign of things to come (namely that one day the current ‘Advanced’ plans may be phased out, or made a lot more expensive), but the optimist hopes it’s just a way to offer […]
For many years the EU has been slowly reducing the cost of using your phone within the EU. From June 15th 2017, it should become no more expensive than using your phone in the UK. But this isn’t about that, but rather a look at what options you have available when […]
On another recent trip to Sweden, I decided to again test out roaming in a video that compares the experience between EE, Vodafone and Three. This time I used the nPerf app, which does a lot more than just normal speed testing. I recently made a video suggesting I’d be […]
This evening I heard about a rather interesting mobile broadband deal from Three. Following an purchase of the SIM for £10, which comes with 1GB of 4G data pre-loaded, you’ll then enjoy 200MB of data free every month. There’s no need to worry about exceeding your allowance and running up a bill because […]
Earlier this week, I brought up the subject of using data abroad not being like using data at home as a Three customer. I am so happy to have received many comments on my site, and on Twitter, from people who have the exact same experience. The common theme being that certain […]
Three has today added five new destinations for its Feel at Home offering, where users can avoid roaming charges by simply using their existing tariff, as if they were at home.