This broadband is so low-cost that BT, Sky and Virgin Media must be VERY involved


The telecom company just announced its lowest price for broadband, allowing customers to bring the internet to their living rooms for just £14 a month. That’s £10 less than BT’s best offer each month. That’s a saving of £240 over the course of a two-year contract.

The only thing customers should be aware of is that Three Mobile does not offer a standard home landline connection. Instead, Internet access will be beamed into the properties via the 4G and 5G mobile network. This has an advantage as there is no difficult installation or waiting for a technician as users simply get a router that once plugged in gets things up and running in minutes. It works just like the SIM card in your smartphone, which brings fast internet to your cell phone.

Since there are no cables running into your home, you can place the Three Mobile Wi-Fi router anywhere in the house and bring the Internet into the garden during the warm summer months, for example. You can even take it to a friend’s house if they don’t have super-fast internet.

Three Mobile even promises next-day delivery of the router, so you can sign up today and be online tomorrow. In comparison, you typically have to wait between two weeks and a month to set up landline broadband from Sky, BT or Vodafone for the first time.

Three Mobile’s £14-a-month fast broadband deal comes with slower 4G technology, which should allow downloading files at speeds between 50Mbps and 100Mbps. For those wanting something faster there’s also a 5G router, which costs £21 a month.

It’s significantly more expensive, but this new service delivers speeds in excess of 100Mbps. In fact, 5G is fully capable of pushing things to over 300Mbps, making it possible to download a Full HD movie in just 3 minutes would be around four times faster than the current average broadband speed in the UK.

If you don’t already have all-fiber cable down your street but can connect to 5G, this is a great way to access next-gen speeds.

It’s worth checking if fast 5G is available in your area as this is a relatively new technology and is only available in certain parts of the UK.


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