Three HomeFi 100Gb data for £30pm on 12 mth Contract (£28pm for existing customers)
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Three HomeFi 100Gb data for £30pm on 12 mth Contract (£28pm for existing customers)

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Found 13th Sep 2017
** NI and in store only deal **

Called into the Belfast Three store to enquire about the £13pm 40gb deal already posted.

Big board at the door advertising this one.

- 100gb Data
- 12 month contract
- £28 per month as my mobile is already with them. (30 for new customers)
- includes Huawei home router
- includes go binge (Netflix doesnt take up data allowance)
- can be used abroad at no extra charge

I already have a contract expiring in Dec, but very helpful staff were able to delay activation for 30 days and im able to cancel my other 12 month contract 38 days before it completes so only a very short cross over.

Apparently this is a northern Ireland only deal, so not sure if it's available on the mainland, but given it works abroad nothing stopping you taking it with you.
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cant see it anywhere on their site

!Sorry my bad - and thanks for the steer this is in store.
Edited by: "sledwich" 13th Sep 2017
In-store only been on a few weeks. They offer it online for £24 for 40gig. The 100 deal is in-store only.
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When I asked there the assistant also mentioned that there was no restriction on what type of device this was used in, was a bit strange because the in car one was being advertised at a much higher price.

I'm using it as a nice addition to my Slow 2Mb cable bband. Get between 10 and 20Mbps on the 4G connection.

Plannig to try and external aerial to see if I can make this a little more stable though. Tends to move a bit in bad weather.
peteclarkez15th Sep

When I asked there the assistant also mentioned that there was no …When I asked there the assistant also mentioned that there was no restriction on what type of device this was used in, was a bit strange because the in car one was being advertised at a much higher price.



There is a big difference between a home use box and using it in a car, the difference is not in the device you put it in but in the way the you use it.
In both situations the device used is a MiFi box, the only common difference is the car box may include a battery for un-interrupted use when there is no power.

The Big difference is that a home use box will sit in a static location (your house) and will stay connected to a single three mobile cell tower, where they can pretty easily estimate what allowance to make for your monthly usage. On the other hand the car is going to be driving around moving from cell to cell reconnecting to many different three mobile towers as it goes along, and then they have no real way of accurately estimating what your usage is going to be on any particular tower on any particular day, so it's basically the same situation as you having a mobile phone data allowance.

In order to ensure that you don't abuse the contract by putting it in your car, I would imagine they have some sort of check in place. I have not signed up for this deal, but for example, when you signup they may ask for the PostCode of the house where it is going to be used and retain the right to cancel your contract if you don't keep it there.
Edited by: "Lexeus" 16th Sep 2017
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