Three has today switched on its 5G network, which starts not with a range of handsets but rather a 5G router that offers an alternative to fixed-line broadband. With a simple £35 per month charge, and truly unlimited data, Three’s offering does away with the need for a […]
Portable hotspots, like the TP-Link M7450 Mobile Wi-Fi, have become a very useful way to get multiple devices online when travelling, and a good alternative to draining the battery on your smartphone with tethering enabled. For one thing, most phone plans don’t come with the same amount of […]
Last week, I posted my review of EE’s new 4GEE home mobile broadband service after having EE’s professionally fitted 4G antenna installed. This week, I replaced the EE-supplied router with a Huawei B618 LTE router, which has given a further speed boost to an already impressive service. The difference […]
I was once blown away by the incredible speed of ADSL. Now it’s like watching paint dry. Thankfully there may now be a realistic alternative for those who aren’t lucky enough to have fibre or cable alternatives. It’s pretty obvious why ADSL no longer cuts the mustard. The […]
Last year, EE launched its 4G home router with data plans of up to 200GB a month. It wasn’t a cheap option, but it did allow some customers to get speeds otherwise unavailable by any other solution. Today, EE has revised its price plans with a £40 per […]
In addition to launching new SIM-only plans next month, EE is also revising its mobile broadband 4G plans from 1st November 2016. This applies to Wi-Fi plans (plans sold with or without a dongle or portable hotspot), tablet plans, and EE’s home broadband plans that come with a […]
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 […]
Broadband comparison site Broadband Genie, and PC Advisor, has just announced the results of its 2014 Mobile Broadband Road Trip, and it’s great news for Three!
With every Three customer now activated to use 4G, assuming they have a 4G device and 4G coverage, the 4G mobile broadband products are now starting to arrive.