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Vodafone 5G - Unlimited home sim based broadband £15 pm for 6 months then £30pm (Term = £522) @ Vodafone
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Vodafone 5G - Unlimited home sim based broadband £15 pm for 6 months then £30pm (Term = £522) @ Vodafone

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Posted 22nd Apr

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Any suggestions for 5g routers ?
HTC is the best one at the moment
Read Vodafone's TrustPilot reviews. Given their horrendous customer service ratings, limited 5G availability and ineptitude at fixing any faults I'd stay well clear of Vodafone generally - especially when it comes to new tech like 5G.
Good luck with getting 5G broadband, it's not available in many places and if it is available, it'll go down suddenly because someone decided to set fire to the mast.
not if your home and dont move, its fine. i have mast at the bottom of my garden
Last I herd unless you were within spitting distance of a 5G mast you are only going to get 4G at best.
Pretty much people within a city center may be lucky and then only if that City has rolled out 5G.
If I didn't have 4 months left on my broadband deal. I would go for this. All subjective but I can get anywhere between 50-95mbps on Vodafone 4g at my address. Which is alot better than the max 17mbps I am getting now
Stop with the misleading title. This isn't an 'unlimited home broadband' deal whatsoever. It's a normal SIMO deal.
Also are these speed throttled like the sim only deals at 2Mbits and 10mbits?
Currently have a 5g unlimited max sim get speeds of around 240mb
4G broadband would be fine by mine, I can push between 90 and 150Mbps via Vodafone's 4G network (depends on the time of day) and I'm in a 5G coverage area so win win.

I can't get cable and the standard broadband barely touches 8Mbps and fibre won't exceed 40Mbps around here.

Wireless broadband is the future, put BT and their crappy wires out of their misery.
Why bother buy an Asus router and tether your phone to the router. Then just run everything through the router, or just via your phone if you only have s few devices
Edited by: "the_ghost" 9th May
I have been using 5g broadband at home for over 6 months. Love it, had no problem with it once since I had it.
Download a 4-5Gb file in a few mins


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Here is a recent speed test
Edited by: "BigStart" 20th May
TurGe22/04/2020 14:29

Last I herd unless you were within spitting distance of a 5G mast you are …Last I herd unless you were within spitting distance of a 5G mast you are only going to get 4G at best.Pretty much people within a city center may be lucky and then only if that City has rolled out 5G.


I’m not close to one get perfect 5g always
clostridium_botulinum22/04/2020 13:54

Good luck with getting 5G broadband, it's not available in many places and …Good luck with getting 5G broadband, it's not available in many places and if it is available, it'll go down suddenly because someone decided to set fire to the mast.


Haha is that not up north in the villages?!

No issues like that in london. I had it since September without a min of disruptions to service
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