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Half price Three unlimited mobile broadband for 6 months. £11.50 then £23 a month
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Half price Three unlimited mobile broadband for 6 months. £11.50 then £23 a month

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Posted 8th Jul

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I was looking at the mobile broadband for a friend and it is included in the half price sale.

24 month contract though.

Before this deal it used to be £22 a month for 24 = £528
Deal offer £11.50 for 6 months + £23 for 18 months = £483

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Saving of £57.50 over 24 months,
Not ' bargain' as such.
Not voting.
Edited by: "littel.helper" 8th Jul
littel.helper08/07/2019 10:06

Saving of £57.50 over 24 months,Not ' bargain' as such.Not voting.



Ye I kind of agree, Any saving is good! 24 month contract lets it down really
How would this compare to fibre, is mobile BB now a viable alternative?
JustX08/07/2019 10:19

How would this compare to fibre, is mobile BB now a viable alternative?


It is if you're living rural with only up to 5mb through wired! Did a speed check on three and can get about 30Mbs. So in this scenario yes.
Can this be used abroad?
kalico08/07/2019 10:56

Can this be used abroad?


Yeah, up to the Fair Use Limit (19GB per month I think for Three)
Edited by: "Tjl694" 8th Jul
Tjl69408/07/2019 11:11

Yeah, up to the Fair Use Limit (19GB per month I think for Three)


Thanks. Then I'm probably better with my EE at £15 for a full 30GB. Maybe faster too.
kalico08/07/2019 13:46

Thanks. Then I'm probably better with my EE at £15 for a full 30GB. …Thanks. Then I'm probably better with my EE at £15 for a full 30GB. Maybe faster too.


EE may have an abroad Fair Use limit too so worth investigating
Can I hook it up to my Google wifi and have the Huawei act only as modem?
HazzaBombaza08/07/2019 14:42

Can I hook it up to my Google wifi and have the Huawei act only as modem?


Yes, you must be doing something similar already with your current router?
Longy08/07/2019 18:48

Yes, you must be doing something similar already with your current router?


I am, just not used a 4g router wasn't sure of the functionality. Be happy to dump my landline!
is it just me or are the advertised speed pertty slow?
1982john09/07/2019 10:01

is it just me or are the advertised speed pertty slow?


I don't think there is an advertised speed? It works off mobile signal so would be different wherever you placed the router?
HazzaBombaza08/07/2019 23:40

I am, just not used a 4g router wasn't sure of the functionality. Be happy …I am, just not used a 4g router wasn't sure of the functionality. Be happy to dump my landline!


It's the same principle.

My landline was disconnected last week. I'm finally free from TalkTalk!

I have a feeling the pictured router only supports a limited number of devices if I remember correctly. I bought the next model up as the house is full of smart home devices.

I can't remember how many it supports though so check on Google.
Tjl69408/07/2019 13:48

EE may have an abroad Fair Use limit too so worth investigating


I believe it is 15GB (even though it breaks EU rules if line rental is high enough)!
A few questions for you guys when it comes to potential pricing - I'm looking at the unlimited Three sim.

From experience, would you say its currently worth being locked in on one of their 24 month contracts? I was told that their 6 months half price simo offer is supposed to end on Thursday - as an educated guess, would you say they are likely to offer any similar deals in the future, or have their offers not really followed any pattern in the past?

How does it work with regards to the 14 day cooling off period? If I get a sim and I'm not happy with the service/speeds (currently getting around 50+mbps using smarty around the house) and want to cancel, what are they likely to try and throw at me to try to not let me leave? Do you just pay for the portion of the month where you've used the service?

I'm looking at getting their sim only package with the first 6 months at £10 then up to £20 and to pick up a router to use as new broadband (I'd rather get my own than pay for the ones they bundle). Voda is no go for me, the signal here is pretty poor when compared to Three.

What a time for me to end up without broadband - scrolling through thread after thread on my phone gets old quickly

Please excuse me posting this on multiple threads but I'm in a bit of a rush to get the info and make a decision before Thursday - plusnet messed up my switch from sky last week so I cancelled that and am looking to go 4g
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