Save £35 on THREE Pay Monthly 4G MiFi £4.97 at Curry Pc world
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Save £35 on THREE Pay Monthly 4G MiFi £4.97 at Curry Pc world

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Found 14th Feb

  • 2894184.jpgRoam free in 60 destinations
  • 1 month rolling contract
  • Choose from 3 data plans
  • Device: Huawei E5573
  • Recommended tariff: 15 GB of data - £20 per month
  • With 3 years warranty.
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Top features:

- Access the internet wherever you are

- Connect up to 10 devices at once

- Rolling contract can be cancelled with only 30 days notice

- Use your device abroad at no extra cost

Access the internet wherever you are

Stream catch-up TV on a long journey, keep children entertained when out and about or stay in touch with friends and family when you can't access WiFi with the Three Pay Monthly 4G MiFi.

If you don't use the internet that regularly, the 4G MiFi is a great alternative to regular home broadband and is perfect for locations without an existing internet connection.

Connect up to 10 devices at once

Using the Three mobile network to create a portable WiFi hotspot, the 4G MiFi lets you securely access the internet and share the connection with others. Connecting up to 10 devices at once, you can ensure all your gadgets are online, as well as those of friends and family.
Does anyone know if these can be set to "auto-on". I've not found a device yet (other than USB/Wifi/4G dongles) that power up on power source. I use mine in the car, and need it to auto turn on with the ignition live fuse its wired into.
None in 20/ mile radius
There's one in Durham just slightly to far for me
None anywhere near me.
Thank you. Just reserved two 😊
Cheers OP reserved in Christchurch
Many thanks , also reserved 2. Weybridge, Woking and Guildford has stock...
Just saw this on currys and away to post - this is the better version that has aerial connectors! The other one Three sells doesn’t, both are E5573 but the one below E5573bs(hit)-322 doesn’t have connectors can pick up a aeriel for under £20 on Amazon (returns policy than save a few quid on ebay) if you have a poor signal, usually boosts it quite well esp if you want 4K Go Binge streaming at 25MBPS 33259426-IdBar.jpg
Love my purchase of this little device. When I cancelled with 3, he offered me £5 off - 15gb for £10 I think it was.
How easy it is to unlock these. Does anyone know model number to buy codes of ebayy..?
To get this for £4.97 you need to sign up to a minimum one month contract. As per the existing deal
Predikuesi1 h, 20 m ago

None anywhere near me.



Coz some greedy idiots are reserving / buying multiples ...
jaques_kalis13 m ago

How easy it is to unlock these. Does anyone know model number to buy codes …How easy it is to unlock these. Does anyone know model number to buy codes of ebayy..?


I took one out on a 3 contract. Used it for 2 months then put a EE sim and it works as normal, no need to unlock at my end.
HistoricDealer3 h, 7 m ago

Does anyone know if these can be set to "auto-on". I've not found a …Does anyone know if these can be set to "auto-on". I've not found a device yet (other than USB/Wifi/4G dongles) that power up on power source. I use mine in the car, and need it to auto turn on with the ignition live fuse its wired into.


Yes, use a E8278 unlocked will auto start and give you the same spec. I use one in the rear 12v socket to do just what you want it to do.
HistoricDealer7 h, 30 m ago

Does anyone know if these can be set to "auto-on". I've not found a …Does anyone know if these can be set to "auto-on". I've not found a device yet (other than USB/Wifi/4G dongles) that power up on power source. I use mine in the car, and need it to auto turn on with the ignition live fuse its wired into.


I used to have one of these (E5573), and no, it did not power up on power source, and did not have a setting to do so.
Edited by: "KH2" 14th Feb
HistoricDealer14th Feb

Does anyone know if these can be set to "auto-on". I've not found a …Does anyone know if these can be set to "auto-on". I've not found a device yet (other than USB/Wifi/4G dongles) that power up on power source. I use mine in the car, and need it to auto turn on with the ignition live fuse its wired into.


Nope. It's very basic as far as these Devices go. Does the job, but not sure this deal is so amazing considering the total cost and the need to sign a contract.
seaniboy14th Feb

Just saw this on currys and away to post - this is the better version that …Just saw this on currys and away to post - this is the better version that has aerial connectors! The other one Three sells doesn’t, both are E5573 but the one below E5573bs(hit)-322 doesn’t have connectors can pick up a aeriel for under £20 on Amazon (returns policy than save a few quid on ebay) if you have a poor signal, usually boosts it quite well esp if you want 4K Go Binge streaming at 25MBPS [Image]


Bear in mind the aerial only boosts the WiFi signal going out, not the 4g signal going in..
carnivaist2 h, 45 m ago

Bear in mind the aerial only boosts the WiFi signal going out, not the 4g …Bear in mind the aerial only boosts the WiFi signal going out, not the 4g signal going in..


Erm no the wifi can’t be boosted only the network signal
MBeeching14th Feb

To get this for £4.97 you need to sign up to a minimum one month contract. …To get this for £4.97 you need to sign up to a minimum one month contract. As per the existing deal


Cancel within 14 days and don't pay any contract fee.
walbor33 m ago

Cancel within 14 days and don't pay any contract fee.


And decrease your credit score by a few points for a year. It might not be a massive issue for some, but it will affect others. Doesn't seem worth it given the frequency with which cheap Mifis appear on ebay. & Gumtree.
seaniboy1 h, 8 m ago

Erm no the wifi can’t be boosted only the network signal


Saw that in a review for a higher end MiFi. Come to think of it it doesn't make logical sense given that the device is transmitting a WiFi signal nd not receiving it.
Edited by: "carnivaist" 17th Feb
carnivaist1 h, 36 m ago

Saw that in a review for a higher end MiFi. Come to think of it it doesn't …Saw that in a review for a higher end MiFi. Come to think of it it doesn't make logical sense given that the device is transmitting a WiFi signal nd not receiving it.


Amateurs! Other E5573(add extra digits/characters here) models don’t have the antenna connectors so buyer beware for anyone reading this make sure it’s the right one, I have Three in this model and Virgin in my other E5573bs-xxx - if any of the two networks that will need antenna it will be Three for me being up North (the real one - Scotland )
seaniboy3 h, 11 m ago

Amateurs! Other E5573(add extra digits/characters here) models don’t have t …Amateurs! Other E5573(add extra digits/characters here) models don’t have the antenna connectors so buyer beware for anyone reading this make sure it’s the right one, I have Three in this model and Virgin in my other E5573bs-xxx - if any of the two networks that will need antenna it will be Three for me being up North (the real one - Scotland )


I got this one with the killer deal that was posted a while back - £14 for 40gig. Ended up as £12. Did the existing customer trick for an extra £ off and they gave me an extra £ off as the pick-up store was so incompetent.

Given I don't really have to keep an eye on data this is fine. However if I had a smaller data amount I would probably buy a better MiFi with a display.
carnivaist2 m ago

I got this one with the killer deal that was posted a while back - £14 for …I got this one with the killer deal that was posted a while back - £14 for 40gig. Ended up as £12. Did the existing customer trick for an extra £ off and they gave me an extra £ off as the pick-up store was so incompetent.Given I don't really have to keep an eye on data this is fine. However if I had a smaller data amount I would probably buy a better MiFi with a display.


BTW does yours have the antenna connector? Mine was the one with extra digits and it doesn't have a connector. I wasn't aware Three supplied the antenna model.
carnivaist10 h, 0 m ago

I got this one with the killer deal that was posted a while back - £14 for …I got this one with the killer deal that was posted a while back - £14 for 40gig. Ended up as £12. Did the existing customer trick for an extra £ off and they gave me an extra £ off as the pick-up store was so incompetent.Given I don't really have to keep an eye on data this is fine. However if I had a smaller data amount I would probably buy a better MiFi with a display.


I posted the £8 20GB deal and got one. I use it for Go Binge Netflix/Amazon - got the unlimited data on Virgin for £20 quid too! Three are chargin me £ 7.85 ?

I picked up a EE Y800 with display today for £10, payg - used for a month, pristine. By chance I had to walk past Cash Generator (is it ?) they had loads of different EE MiFi for £10/15 in the window. Cheapest was the only one with removable battery - Y800. Got a free unlock online and updated the firmware to a South African telco - Tigo, as EEs didnt even allow roaming. 25/27MBPS with Three & Virgin sim not bad for a tenner might be almost three yrs old (activated May 2015) but it’s got a little stand and everything for the window, and I have a window to keep a eye on battery life without going to the admin page Sky Broadband goes bye bye in a few days and I’m completely mobile! I got my E5573 free with a 30 day deal off here on ID Mobile 2 years ago, maybe 3??
carnivaist10 h, 5 m ago

BTW does yours have the antenna connector? Mine was the one with extra …BTW does yours have the antenna connector? Mine was the one with extra digits and it doesn't have a connector. I wasn't aware Three supplied the antenna model.


The newer E5573bs-322 models you speak of are actually based on the Rmodels on Vodafone made by Huawei I reckon Vodafone didn’t take a uber large order Huawei were banking on as they came out late to the game after the original E5573 basically a budget version which Vodafone used whilst back then thier data price was on par with EE so lack of mass sales. I used my Virgin sim in it as the Three signal can be worse and may need an antenna. Now if I go up the highlands for a extended holiday I’ll take a 30 day Voda data sim and add some Passes for unlimited streaming via the Roku and handset data is now dropping quicker than EU regulatedroaming ever did
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