So here’s my third attempt to find the ‘Real 5G’ on Three, and it doesn’t seem to be going so well… That said, it was the best result so far – and EE didn’t even have 5G in the same location, so maybe I’m getting closer to finding the elusive… [Click for more]
So, after a disappointing start to Three’s 5G service north of London last week, I ventured into (north) London to try again. As before, I went armed with a 5G phone to try out Three’s service, plus a phone to try EE’s service in the same location. I’m quickly coming… [Click for more]
So today is when Three finally switched on its 5G network for handset users. Three’s 5G coverage is still very sparse, but that will obviously improve over time. What I wanted to do was see how fast the service is, given Three’s entire marketing campaign is based around superfast data… [Click for more]
I’ve been meaning to get out and about to test both EE and Vodafone 5G for a while, but it took a while to get my hands on a Vodafone 5G handset. Now I’m happy to announce that I currently have a phone to play with on both 5G networks…. [Click for more]
I’ve been fortunate enough to try out EE’s new 5G service since it launched at the end of May, and it’s now time to post my thoughts. Many of you are likely wondering whether 5G is worthy of all the hype and publicity it has been receiving. It’s understandable and… [Click for more]
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 using an… [Click for more]
Last year I put EE, O2 and Three to the test in central London to see how 4G was performing. I also tested 3G as not every network was able to offer 4G in the places visited. At the time, Three was yet to launch its fledgling service to the general public so… [Click for more]
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!
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.