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Refurbished 4G Home Broadband Only Deal in London | Relish £15 pm £180.00

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You don’t need to pay for a landline to have broadband anymore. Get home broadband in central London delivered the next working day, for just £15 a month with our refurbished Hub package. What is a…
wf8user Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago4 Comments
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Should have mentioned unlimited 4g in the title then sat back and watched this deal get toasty. :P
plap
Not sure why this is cold, have a friend who lives in the post code area and £15 for unlimited broadband is cheaper than anywhere else (he gets 18Mbps download which is faster than his previous DSL connection)

Personally it's utter confusion over what the product is. "Refurbished" with you so far "4G" uh... maybe it's a modem? "home broadband" wat. Lost me.

Anyway to save people clicking the link, it's an ISP that uses one of the 4G networks to provide your connection and it seems only covers London. There's no fair usage policy yet but I imagine there will be shortly once someone downloads 1000TB in a month. They claim 50mbit/s speeds and I don't know what london's like but it's rare for me to get that over 4G in a busy city so you likely won't get that either.
Not sure why this is cold, have a friend who lives in the post code area and £15 for unlimited broadband is cheaper than anywhere else (he gets 18Mbps download which is faster than his previous DSL connection)
Not sure why this is cold, have a friend who lives in the post code area and £15 for unlimited broadband is cheaper than anywhere else (he gets 18Mbps download which is faster than his previous DSL connection)
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PREPAID 12 months x 3GB and 4G mifi (uses 3 network) £70.00 @ Relish

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3GB for 12months and 4G capable mifi unit. Relish uses Three.
seaniboy Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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It will definitely be fast...

They have 6x20mhz of spectrum...
seaniboy
corred1964
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corred1964
It's not really clear...is the PAYG rate 3Gb per month for 12 months with the MiFi device or is it 3Gb over the year ??
Just that the 1Gb contract is £25 plus £10 a month.....so that's £145 a year for 1Gb a month.....if the PAYG is only £70 for 3x as much data then someone at Relish needs to have a better look
Less risk of default, prepaid.
I refer you to my last post taken from Relish Prepaid T&C
The offer was not there in Feb when the latest terms were uploaded.
It says 3GB for 12 months for £70 4G/3 national 3G which works out at £5.84 a month with a mifi unit, have not seen 3GB/mifi cheaper.

When I went on live chat earlier they suggested that it was not 3Gb per month.....the new MiFi alone would be worth almost £70
corred1964
seaniboy
corred1964
It's not really clear...is the PAYG rate 3Gb per month for 12 months with the MiFi device or is it 3Gb over the year ??
Just that the 1Gb contract is £25 plus £10 a month.....so that's £145 a year for 1Gb a month.....if the PAYG is only £70 for 3x as much data then someone at Relish needs to have a better look
Less risk of default, prepaid.
I refer you to my last post taken from Relish Prepaid T&C
The offer was not there in Feb when the latest terms were uploaded.


It says 3GB for 12 months for £70 4G/3 national 3G which works out at £5.84 a month with a mifi unit, have not seen 3GB/mifi cheaper.
seaniboy
corred1964
It's not really clear...is the PAYG rate 3Gb per month for 12 months with the MiFi device or is it 3Gb over the year ??
Just that the 1Gb contract is £25 plus £10 a month.....so that's £145 a year for 1Gb a month.....if the PAYG is only £70 for 3x as much data then someone at Relish needs to have a better look
Less risk of default, prepaid.

I refer you to my last post taken from Relish Prepaid T&C
corred1964
It's not really clear...is the PAYG rate 3Gb per month for 12 months with the MiFi device or is it 3Gb over the year ??
Just that the 1Gb contract is £25 plus £10 a month.....so that's £145 a year for 1Gb a month.....if the PAYG is only £70 for 3x as much data then someone at Relish needs to have a better look


Less risk of default, prepaid.
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Relish 4G Broadband Refurbished Hub package: £15.00 pm

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You don’t need to pay for a landline to have broadband anymore. Get home broadband in central London delivered the next working day, for just £15 a month with our refurbished Hub package. What is a…
speigei Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago8 Comments
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can i get this if i already have my own router?
has this finished?
mbf199t
If you live in a good signal area the service is very good. The customer service however is just awful. £5 off per month for having a refurb unit that works? Bargain! Hot.
Agreed. If you're in coverage and have good signal it works really well. Couldn't be happier with my Relish router.
If you live in a good signal area the service is very good. The customer service however is just awful. £5 off per month for having a refurb unit that works? Bargain! Hot.
I signed up partly to support the new technology. wr have to pay line rental to support the old infrastructure (I used to have virgin broad band only but they don't use old bt infrastructure ). good to get a competitor technology going as we will have 5g etc soon. on my 3 mobile I get 20-30mbs in ec1.
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Relish 4G Home Broadband. No line Rental! Up to 50mbps! Unlimited downloads! No upfront costs! £20 per month. £240.00 on a 12 month contract

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Been posted on HUKD's a couple of months ago, but its expired now so thought i'd share again. Relish is a broadband provider who operate using 4G, so for people like me who dont really need a land
emiratesstadium Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago95 Comments
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Just an update on the terrible latency people were expecting -
http://www.speedtest.net/result/3832171648.png

Compared to my Sky ADSL, which is 32ms ping and I'm lucky if I get 6Mbps (used to be 19Mbps before they took over Be internet from O2).

Edited By: jukkie on Oct 14, 2014 21:51
reesycer
about 3 people nationwide will benefit for this.
Yeah, because only 3 people live in Central London, right?...
With regards to speeds, I have this, I get up to 32Mbps up and 7Mbps down.

bulletfoss
FYI - the latency will be bad. This will only affect gamers.
Latency for me is 30ms, which isn't that dreadful really.


Jbob
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As an online gamer the ping is much more important than the download speed. Anyone used this for gaming?

Useless for gaming
Please shut up if you don't know what you are talking about, 30ms ping isn't that bad (which is what I get on Relish), I play on US servers with 100ms ping times and it barely performs any worse than using a fibre connectionwith 7ms ping to play on UK servers (which is what I had a while back).


markhuges
So this uses 4g? Only

So does that mean I need 4g phones and laptop.

Or is it like wifi? Router
You get a router which has wifi + 2 RJ45 connections.



queer1
WARNING:

I am a Relish customer on the 4G service and for 4 months.The black router they supply has just 2Ethernet ports and is so cheap & cheerful, there's not even an on & off switch.

More importantly, I live close to the River Thames and near enough to hear Big Ben's chimes late at night. Yet STILL I receive less speed by far than when on my former TalkTalk BB connection, averaging 6MBps. That's when I get any signal at all!

The sales and customer support are good people though that said inevitably they report it's "local conditions" and that there's nothing they can do. Hmm. Blitzing speed 4G on Relish...don't hold your breath!
I get up to32Mbps in Old street, has never dropped below 25Mbps.
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Edited By: jukkie on Oct 14, 2014 21:54: .
About time someone stopped the telcomms mafia forcing phone lines upon people in the digital age.
web page not available ? not a good sign ..
excellent!! cheers!
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Relish fiber-fast wireless broadband is here!!!! £20pm @ Relish Broadband £240.00

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Relish is a new communications provider for central London. They are new broadband provider dedicated to delivering wireless broadband and to people living in London. It is £20 a month for awesome…
baliali Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago47 Comments
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maxim24
Relish the thought that we may all catch up to China and Japan's speed in 30 years time.
China's isn't great, much lower than the UK average: 'The report comes from China Cache, and analyses data speeds across 15,000 servers on the mainland. According to this data, the national average internet speed for the fourth quarter of 2013 reached 3.45Mb/s, up 33.2 per cent from 2012.'
Does anyone here use Relish yet? I'm seriously considering taking the plunge but most likely on the rolling monthly plan.

I live in London SE1 and still no fibre available - it's been saying "coming next month" for the past 6-7 months and now saying September. Pretty annoying.

Anyway, main thing I want to find out is whether I can still use homeplugs with the 4G router. It says it has 4 ethernet ports but I just wanted to see if anyone here knows anything more. I live in a 4 floor house and normal broadband router doesn't reach certain floors without the homeplugs so I'd want this to be able to do that as well.
ssscratch
Thanks for the detail - really helpful.

I'd not heard of Freedome before. When I click on the link for downloading from Play Store it states that it's only free for 7 days rather than 6 months. Is there a code to use to extend to 6 months?

intime
arckuk
I did find the following condition in their T&Cs...You grant Us and any Third Party Network Provider a royalty free, perpetual and worldwide licence to store, transmit or otherwise deal with any content You upload using the Service.

Is this just them saying that they'll upload said data, or are they implying that they're essentially licensed to use or 'otherwise deal' anything you upload? Sounds very open ended!

I'm not a lawyer but in to "otherwise deal" probably means to be able to take action, i.e. transmit the data you are sending, I suspect storing the data is caching for onward transmission. It does seem a reckless way for a Internet company to term their policy agreement, especially now we all know our stored data is this accessible by anyone. They need to be more specific.

Either way if your data is being transmitted through 4G it won't be safe. If you use this service it would make absolute sense to use a VPN so they never see your data in the first place. The same is also true of mobile phone data and WIFI data, and given that all your data is being recorded by your internet company a VPN is the obvious way to go.

For a very good mobile phone/tablet app use Freedome (First Six Months Free) Thanks to Chgz

With fast and low latency VPN's available it make sense for everyone to secure your private information using a VPN such as;

Cyberghost Snowden Edition £8.48 for one year (no UK server and only one device with this package) Thanks to brhooma or;

Cyberghost Premium Plus £13.04 (5 devices)Thanks to alweekes

Sorry, it looks like the promo is now over. But even at the normal prices they are the best service I've used for a mobile and tablet. There are other free apps out there which I'll give you th details, but my memory escapes me. What I find though is that free VPN's are less reliable. i.e. sow or dropped connections, this usually means it's never used and defeats the purpose.

Freedome is pricey if you have to pay the full amount, but, so far, has they have been on the ball and I don't mind leaving it running constantly. VyprVPN is also good, although more expensive than Cyberghost. The advantage is that it is as fast as Freedome and you can use is to protect every device inlcluding you mobile.
Thanks for the detail - really helpful.

I'd not heard of Freedome before. When I click on the link for downloading from Play Store it states that it's only free for 7 days rather than 6 months. Is there a code to use to extend to 6 months?

intime
arckuk
I did find the following condition in their T&Cs...You grant Us and any Third Party Network Provider a royalty free, perpetual and worldwide licence to store, transmit or otherwise deal with any content You upload using the Service.

Is this just them saying that they'll upload said data, or are they implying that they're essentially licensed to use or 'otherwise deal' anything you upload? Sounds very open ended!

I'm not a lawyer but in to "otherwise deal" probably means to be able to take action, i.e. transmit the data you are sending, I suspect storing the data is caching for onward transmission. It does seem a reckless way for a Internet company to term their policy agreement, especially now we all know our stored data is this accessible by anyone. They need to be more specific.

Either way if your data is being transmitted through 4G it won't be safe. If you use this service it would make absolute sense to use a VPN so they never see your data in the first place. The same is also true of mobile phone data and WIFI data, and given that all your data is being recorded by your internet company a VPN is the obvious way to go.

For a very good mobile phone/tablet app use Freedome (First Six Months Free) Thanks to Chgz

With fast and low latency VPN's available it make sense for everyone to secure your private information using a VPN such as;

Cyberghost Snowden Edition £8.48 for one year (no UK server and only one device with this package) Thanks to brhooma or;

Cyberghost Premium Plus £13.04 (5 devices)Thanks to alweekes
arckuk
I did find the following condition in their T&Cs...You grant Us and any Third Party Network Provider a royalty free, perpetual and worldwide licence to store, transmit or otherwise deal with any content You upload using the Service.

Is this just them saying that they'll upload said data, or are they implying that they're essentially licensed to use or 'otherwise deal' anything you upload? Sounds very open ended!

I'm not a lawyer but in to "otherwise deal" probably means to be able to take action, i.e. transmit the data you are sending, I suspect storing the data is caching for onward transmission. It does seem a reckless way for a Internet company to term their policy agreement, especially now we all know our stored data is this accessible by anyone. They need to be more specific.

Either way if your data is being transmitted through 4G it won't be safe. If you use this service it would make absolute sense to use a VPN so they never see your data in the first place. The same is also true of mobile phone data and WIFI data, and given that all your data is being recorded by your internet company a VPN is the obvious way to go.

For a very good mobile phone/tablet app use Freedome (First Six Months Free) Thanks to Chgz

With fast and low latency VPN's available it make sense for everyone to secure your private information using a VPN such as;

Cyberghost Snowden Edition £8.48 for one year (no UK server and only one device with this package) Thanks to brhooma or;

Cyberghost Premium Plus £13.04 (5 devices)Thanks to alweekes
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