Three: 4G Mifi & Data Only: 40GB per month, 24 month contract £312 -  Possible £55 cashbac
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Three: 4G Mifi & Data Only: 40GB per month, 24 month contract £312 - Possible £55 cashbac

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Edited by:"ZiggyStardust"Found 8th Sep
Also: 20GB @ £9pm.
Huawei E5573bs-322 4G Mobile Wi-Fi Dongle, & 40GB data per month (includes using abroad, and upto 10 devices tethered.)
Follow the link, browse more tariffs, and select the 20 GB deal, and add the extra 20GB for £4pm.
Should be eliigible for the £55 cashbank on 24 month contracts via Quidco.

Edit: Mods have put wrong price - 24 x £13 = £312 (less poss £55)

Kudos Ziggy, this Mifi unit with 20GB x 24m with GoBinge is £8 a month to anyone with a 'live' Three payg sim so thanks to you I've posted it up! hotukdeals.com/dea…397 Good job Major

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Very decent deal! Hot.

MOD has written the wrong price... this is not £480... £13 x 24 Months = £312 (-£-55 Cashback = £257)
Edited by: "gary_rip" 8th Sep

nublets2k55 s ago

Cold. This is £14 direct from Three.


This is direct from Three and is £13 a month? So are you actually saying it is HOT?

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nublets2k1 m ago

It's 14, so this would be £11.70 with Quidco.


Its $13 if you select the 20GB @ £9, then add the optional extra 20GB @ £4.

ZiggyStardust1 m ago

Its $13 if you select the 20GB @ £9, then add the optional extra 20GB @ £4.



Woops my bad!

I've used these before and they brilliant! I get 30gb of tethering with my phone, so don't need it, but would buy this if I did.

hot

Looks like the 24M 40GB tariffs doesn't come with Go Binge.

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veedubjai9 m ago

Looks like the 24M 40GB tariffs doesn't come with Go Binge.

You buy the 20GB deal, which has go binge, and buy an extra 20GB per month.
Works out £1 per month cheaper, with the bonus of go binge.

4G on 3 - since when?

I can't pass a credit check it says LOL yeah I'm a Three contract customer. Typical.

I'm wondering if this would be a good option for my mum (the 20GB for £9)

She's not a technology person at all, she has no interest in computers, smartphones or anything along those lines. The only thing she'd possibly use it for is catch up tv. Are these very simple to operate if we set it up for her, or are there cheaper options out there (she doesn't have a landline either so not anything where u have to pay line rental)

Any advice would be greatly appreciated

This might sounds stupid but are you sure its 40GB per month. Just says 40GB, 24 months. So does that mean its just 40GB for 24 months all together?

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veedubjai5 h, 14 m ago

Looks like the 24M 40GB tariffs doesn't come with Go Binge.


All new MBB plans on Three with 5GB or more have GoBinge included also Three HomeFi allows GoBinge

three.co.uk/go-…ils
Edited by: "seaniboy" 8th Sep

I work in basement, so reception is patchy but not too bad at street level. Could I put one of these in entranceway and expect devices to get better signal when they are down a flight of stairs? How powerful are the antenna? Could I connect a wireless hub to this one and daisy chain to the basement area? Don't really want to sign up for 24 months and find out it doesn't solve my problem...
Edited by: "technodai" 9th Sep

3's 4G speeds are horrendously slow.

COLD.

Poor coverage no thanks

technodai25 m ago

I work in basement, so reception is patchy but not too bad at street …I work in basement, so reception is patchy but not too bad at street level. Could I put one of these in entranceway and expect devices to get better signal when they are down a flight of stairs? How powerful are the antenna? Could I connect a wireless hub to this one and daisy chain to the basement area? Don't really want to sign up for 24 months and find out it doesn't solve my problem...


The E5573 has 2 aerial connections so I would assume this deals later model would - so buy a external aerial and run it up the stairs or through the wall ?


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Anyone used this to replace their broadband? We can only get speeds of 11-14mb in our house but we have a decent 4g signal. I only download roughly 34gb per month based on measuring the last few months. Thought this might be a good replacement?

siegemaster15 m ago

Anyone used this to replace their broadband? We can only get speeds of …Anyone used this to replace their broadband? We can only get speeds of 11-14mb in our house but we have a decent 4g signal. I only download roughly 34gb per month based on measuring the last few months. Thought this might be a good replacement?

I would say trial it, have both but don't use the home broadband and see how it goes. Although you'll be tied in for 24 months with this one

Niz5 m ago

I would say trial it, have both but don't use the home broadband and see …I would say trial it, have both but don't use the home broadband and see how it goes. Although you'll be tied in for 24 months with this one


Thanks. Yeah, can see how it goes for 14 days can't I? I'll keep the home broadband going until then. If it's poor, I'll just send it back and pay the £13 or so for the experiment.

Anyone actually found it a useful replacement though? I don't want to have to go back to Virgin even although I know the broadband is so much better. It's the monthly cost which annoys me as I am not at home most of the time to use it properly.

Bargain

I assume I can buy this and then buy a 4g router from amazon? instead. Need CAT V rather than wired..

Pay £19 for device for 12months at £20 - just incase someone can't do a 24 month contract store.three.co.uk/vie…666

siegemaster6 h, 43 m ago

Thanks. Yeah, can see how it goes for 14 days can't I? I'll keep the home …Thanks. Yeah, can see how it goes for 14 days can't I? I'll keep the home broadband going until then. If it's poor, I'll just send it back and pay the £13 or so for the experiment.Anyone actually found it a useful replacement though? I don't want to have to go back to Virgin even although I know the broadband is so much better. It's the monthly cost which annoys me as I am not at home most of the time to use it properly.


I've used Three as my broadband solution before, back when they offered ayce (so my experience might be out of date). I found after a few weeks of doing it (which could be the end of your trial) they started throttling me aggressively - I could barely watch YouTube at 720 resolution. Might they offer a rolling contract where you aren't stuck of they do this to you?

theeighthday10 h, 1 m ago

I'm wondering if this would be a good option for my mum (the 20GB for …I'm wondering if this would be a good option for my mum (the 20GB for £9)She's not a technology person at all, she has no interest in computers, smartphones or anything along those lines. The only thing she'd possibly use it for is catch up tv. Are these very simple to operate if we set it up for her, or are there cheaper options out there (she doesn't have a landline either so not anything where u have to pay line rental)Any advice would be greatly appreciated


I would think it would. It really is a setup and forget device. You plug it in, near a nice reception spot (near a window probably) and near a power socket, obviously. Turn it on, give it a memorable name or leave it as is, change the default wifi password if it's something daft like letmein and connect her TV/phone/tablet to the new wifi hot spot that has appeared and that's it.

All depends on her 3 reception though this Mifi supports extra aeriels so will receive signals better than a phone

Picard1237 h, 49 m ago

3's 4G speeds are horrendously slow.COLD.



_taurus_7 h, 47 m ago

Poor coverage no thanks


Pointless feedback without staring the area where the network isn't that good.

In contrast I generally find 3 to be very good in the West Yorkshire area, usually getting between 30mbps to 50mbps on random speed tests.

siegemaster7 h, 44 m ago

Anyone used this to replace their broadband? We can only get speeds of …Anyone used this to replace their broadband? We can only get speeds of 11-14mb in our house but we have a decent 4g signal. I only download roughly 34gb per month based on measuring the last few months. Thought this might be a good replacement?

What I have is a 3 Pay Monthly contract with all you can eat data, if you have an old Android phone with CyanogenMod installed then 3 can't tell you are tethering an you can put as much data through as you want. I was throttled last month for the first time in 18 months of doing this, but I went over 750GB so fair I enough.

We live in the middle of nowhere so no chance of fibre, I can get 7MB on ADSL and 20-30MB through the 3 phone, hence most of my data goes through the phone.

InsaneNutter44 m ago

Pointless feedback without staring the area where the network isn't that …Pointless feedback without staring the area where the network isn't that good.In contrast I generally find 3 to be very good in the West Yorkshire area, usually getting between 30mbps to 50mbps on random speed tests.


London. 3's data speeds there suck ass.

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seaniboy9 h, 38 m ago

The E5573 has 2 aerial connections so I would assume this deals later …The E5573 has 2 aerial connections so I would assume this deals later model would - so buy a external aerial and run it up the stairs or through the wall ? [Image]


The model that this deals come with does not have the external aerial option.
I believe the 40GB @\£14 pm has the older E5573 which does have them.

seaniboy9 h, 42 m ago

The E5573 has 2 aerial connections so I would assume this deals later …The E5573 has 2 aerial connections so I would assume this deals later model would - so buy a external aerial and run it up the stairs or through the wall ? [Image]


No aerial connection.

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evilhomeruk6 h, 8 m ago

I would think it would. It really is a setup and forget device. You plug …I would think it would. It really is a setup and forget device. You plug it in, near a nice reception spot (near a window probably) and near a power socket, obviously. Turn it on, give it a memorable name or leave it as is, change the default wifi password if it's something daft like letmein and connect her TV/phone/tablet to the new wifi hot spot that has appeared and that's it.All depends on her 3 reception though this Mifi supports extra aeriels so will receive signals better than a phone


Thanks a lot for your reply, I'm seeing her tomorrow so I'll find out if this is something she'd be interested in. I'm on 3 myself so I can check what the reception is like when I'm down there as well

seaniboy14 h, 50 m ago

The E5573 has 2 aerial connections so I would assume this deals later …The E5573 has 2 aerial connections so I would assume this deals later model would - so buy a external aerial and run it up the stairs or through the wall ? [Image]


This. Changes. Everything.

Out of stock, pity.

Picard1239th Sep

3's 4G speeds are horrendously slow.COLD.


wouldnt say 70 down and 40 up was slow....

PaulKelly9th Sep

What I have is a 3 Pay Monthly contract with all you can eat data, if you …What I have is a 3 Pay Monthly contract with all you can eat data, if you have an old Android phone with CyanogenMod installed then 3 can't tell you are tethering an you can put as much data through as you want. I was throttled last month for the first time in 18 months of doing this, but I went over 750GB so fair I enough.We live in the middle of nowhere so no chance of fibre, I can get 7MB on ADSL and 20-30MB through the 3 phone, hence most of my data goes through the phone.


whaaattt, since when could cyanogenmod mean they had no idea how much tethering??

Back in stock.

OOS again

BACK IN STOCK go for it!!!

I managed to get one when they restocked - VERY happy camper - when we (me and our lad) visit my mum and dad's - they haven't got internet - turn this on and my samsung s7 and lads s5 link straight away and according to the phone we get between 100 and 140 Mbps gob smacking
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