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 […]
They say all good things come to an end, and users on Three’s One Plan will soon be told it’s game over, marking an end to the unlimited tethering facility that was exceptional value for money, but arguably totally unsustainable.
A crowd-sourced survey conducted by OpenSignal in conjunction with Which?, today reveals the current state of the UK mobile phone network. Based on over 67 million data readings provided by users running the OpenSignal app on their Android or iOS device, the survey also shows that in the […]
via Three UK
Last month, Three started trials of its new Wi-Fi calling service called inTouch. Today that service goes live for Android and iOS users, and it can already be downloaded now so you’ll be ready to go immediately!
Three drops unlimited tethering on new SIM-only tariffs, and what it means to new and existing customers
You knew it was coming. We knew it was coming. What nobody knew was exactly when, but that time appears to be now – or certainly this week. (Edit: No, it’s now!)
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!
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.
Following the recent closure of Ovivo, the free mobile data service from Samba is also shutting down. Surely this marks the end to ad-funded mobile networks?
It seems that Three is in great need of updating its 4G coverage map, as more and more places are activated without notice.