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m5rcc19/08/2019 12:54

And also note it's Huawei hardware.


and what? the whole 5G infrastructure is gonna be Huawei gear.
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Not all areas of london are covered, check before you order.
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And also note it's Huawei hardware.
m5rcc19/08/2019 12:54

And also note it's Huawei hardware.


and what? the whole 5G infrastructure is gonna be Huawei gear.
m5rcc19/08/2019 12:54

And also note it's Huawei hardware.


Even better
GlesgaNed19/08/2019 12:58

and what? the whole 5G infrastructure is gonna be Huawei gear.


Huawei is not the only supplier of 5G routers though....
m5rcc19/08/2019 13:00

Huawei is not the only supplier of 5G routers though....


right... but regardless of what brand of router, you're gonna be connected to a Huawei powered mast...
Relish.net

its Three U.K. sister that’s actually selling 5G in London


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Edited by: "seaniboy" 19th Aug
360finder19/08/2019 12:54

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Read up pup

They have allowed Relish/TreeBroadband London to broadcast its frequencies on 4G & now 5G for London - can only assume the Relish

Must have now allowed home network on 234-51 (Relish) and 234-20 (3UK) for 5G access for 5G mobile phones in London.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 19th Aug
Whatever the value of this deal, do your own research and read up on 5G before you buy into it.

Personally, our family will not use it, even if we are offered it for free.
Edited by: "cibarious" 19th Aug
I though they had a £20 unlimited sim, and were offeri 5g free to all customers?
Edited by: "BustyB293" 19th Aug
cibarious19/08/2019 13:05

Whatever the value of this deal, do your own research and read up on 5G …Whatever the value of this deal, do your own research and read up on 5G before you buy into it.Personally, our family will not use it, even if we are offered it for free.



Whys that ?
cibarious19/08/2019 13:05

Whatever the value of this deal, do your own research and read up on 5G …Whatever the value of this deal, do your own research and read up on 5G before you buy into it.Personally, our family will not use it, even if we are offered it for free.


I wouldn't worry if you are concerned about health risks. Alcohol, processed meats and sugary drinks are a higher risk to health than 5G is.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 19th Aug
GlesgaNed19/08/2019 13:13

https://www.lightreading.com/mobile/5g/three-uk-ditching-samsung-for-huawei-as-it-rolls-out-5g/d/d-id/752502Core network is Nokia but the RAN/Masts are Huawei


And the gov spy services actually approved all the Hutch equipment from Huawei
seaniboy19/08/2019 13:14

Whys that ?


I would assume they are scared of the scaremongering saying 5G signals break apart DNA causing cancer. Its been proven there is no evidence of this in humans at all.
360finder19/08/2019 12:54

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I would be embarrassed to call it London cover
LazybeatX19/08/2019 13:15

I wouldn't worry if you are concerned about health risks. Alcohol, …I wouldn't worry if you are concerned about health risks. Alcohol, processed meats and sugary drinks are a higher risk to health than 5G is.



Alcohol is the major factor in dementia, not that you will find any governments telling the truth, it’s a poison and causes brain cell loss when you consume it, but they rather the minions had something to subdue them from slave tax labour. Gov is the biggest risk to health especially the UKs with a decades upon decades long poor reactive healthcare system....

unless you are trying to get a sun tan from a 5G antenna radiation then yes drinking is good for you, as is junk food and all the chemicals you breathe in when cleaning the house that damage the body.

5G is like you said is safer than the average human brain, which can be extremely dangerous given people’s refuse to measure risk when it knows something is a high risk
360finder19/08/2019 12:54

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Brilliant. I'm in the 4G area between Kings Cross and Camden.

Also in a dead area for fibre broadband.

Happy days !
stkrup19/08/2019 13:22

I would be embarrassed to call it London cover



In comparison to Voda and a few strEEts it’s actually miles ahead - because all it’s done is broadcast 5G on a already owned 4G network frequencies that launched in Feb 2012. Relish.

Hackney, Islington and Tower Hamlets Will all be 5G live in the next few weeks as the London 5G buildout continues with Relish sites & big sista Three U.K. and also some o2 base stations hosting Three 4/5G
Edited by: "seaniboy" 19th Aug
xbilly19/08/2019 13:31

Brilliant. I'm in the 4G area between Kings Cross and Camden.Also in a …Brilliant. I'm in the 4G area between Kings Cross and Camden.Also in a dead area for fibre broadband.Happy days !



The build out is still happening until late 2019, same as another 24 cities around the U.K., central belt monopoly in Scotland between Glasgow and Edinburgh, would expect the same in London when complete.

Good news right now is if you have a 5G mobile then Three 5G is available in other parts of London whilst ya mince round on TfL, which no other city has - you can’t have it all “right now” Mr Trump
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LazybeatX19/08/2019 13:18

I would assume they are scared of the scaremongering saying 5G signals …I would assume they are scared of the scaremongering saying 5G signals break apart DNA causing cancer. Its been proven there is no evidence of this in humans at all.




It is radiation afterall, but the 5G scaremongers are doing a better job than the gov reassuring us fresh food and medicines will be available with no trade agreements (why fresh/medicine exclusions wasn’t stipulated in a Withdrawl beggars belief - public schoolboy error).
BustyB29319/08/2019 13:11

I though they had a £20 unlimited sim, and were offeri 5g free to all …I though they had a £20 unlimited sim, and were offeri 5g free to all customers?


Yes, you're basically paying £15/month for the router.
nosh1019/08/2019 12:50

Not all areas of london are covered, check before you order.


Are ANY parts of the UK covered yet?

Third line support told me a week back that October would be first mast activated.
m5rcc19/08/2019 12:54

And also note it's Huawei hardware.


Very best that you can get, anywhere.
plebbygiraffe19/08/2019 13:47

Yes, you're basically paying £15/month for the router.



£180 or you could get it for £325 on Vodafone with a further 30 day term cost - it’s cheap as on Three, they sell for £500.

Bulk buying numbers must have been big to get a good Huawei discount, they also bought 4/5G base station hardware as part of the contract, but then when you are taking on Openreach broadband delivery ongoing you need a lot of 5G router hardware numbers.


Its cheap, really cheap.

The £20 sim you talk of includes minutes and texts this 5G broadband package doesn’t so it’s actually more than £15pm difference but still 50% less than a Huawei 5G Pro CPE on Vodafone supply.
plebbygiraffe19/08/2019 13:47

Yes, you're basically paying £15/month for the router.


Yup. You can buy the simo for £20 or 2 different packages that are designated as home broadband and come with routers. Personally, I'm trying to decide between the £20 one or smarty and their unlimited option.
m5rcc19/08/2019 13:00

Huawei is not the only supplier of 5G routers though....



Yes true, you can get HTC 5G Hub on EE from £1300

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GlesgaNed19/08/2019 12:58

and what? the whole 5G infrastructure is gonna be Huawei gear.


So many Huawei haters.Waiting for the Mate X to launch and won’t be getting any other phone.Get by with my Samsung S8+
seaniboy19/08/2019 14:04

Yes true, you can get HTC 5G Hub on EE from £1300 [Image] Or £1900 w …Yes true, you can get HTC 5G Hub on EE from £1300 [Image] Or £1900 will get you 100GB a month [Image]


That's EE for you...
m5rcc19/08/2019 14:01

If you say so...


Installed their kit, replacing Cisco, in dozens of massive companies.

For the quality, stock levels, coding, warranties, they win hands down. When price is added, they are the only firm in the ball park.
Edited by: "TheAngryMob" 19th Aug
Hope 5g home broadband launches soon in Glasgow soon.Doing away with phone/broadband.soooo Slow!!!
2facedshanks19/08/2019 14:05

So many Huawei haters.Waiting for the Mate X to launch and won’t be g …So many Huawei haters.Waiting for the Mate X to launch and won’t be getting any other phone.Get by with my Samsung S8+


Not a Huawei hater, myself. Just pointing out a fact
m5rcc19/08/2019 14:07

Cisco, surely?


Bloody voice recognition, and me using an iPhone to do it. Back on Android now
woldranger19/08/2019 14:01

Yup. You can buy the simo for £20 or 2 different packages that are …Yup. You can buy the simo for £20 or 2 different packages that are designated as home broadband and come with routers. Personally, I'm trying to decide between the £20 one or smarty and their unlimited option.


Smarty includes no roaming, no Wi-fi Calling or 4G Calling (VoLTE) - if you want to save £1.25 a month then go ahead, but having a holiday with Unlimited Go Binge outside the EU, whilst still having EU roaming access, and £5 daily unlimited data passes....

Smarty also won’t benefit from 5G first, it’s cheap in-house MVNO for a reason, just like Superdrug, if you want 5G as 5G spend the extra £1.25 a month.

Some savings arent worth the drawbacks
2facedshanks19/08/2019 14:06

Hope 5g home broadband launches soon in Glasgow soon.Doing away with …Hope 5g home broadband launches soon in Glasgow soon.Doing away with phone/broadband.soooo Slow!!!


By the end of the year the central belt is live, particularly good for commuters as no other network covers both cities yet or will for 2019, also premium 5G spectrum on Three, EE & Vodafone still content onplaying with their stationary 19th Century income revenue falling to bits wire systems like BT.
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