Everything you need to know about Three

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Three launched back in 2003 as the UK’s first commercial video mobile network. Today they carry over 40% of the UK’s mobile data traffic and, as the first UK network to offer unlimited mobile data to their customers, pride themselves in doing things differently to other networks.

The Three network is built for internet usage and their 4G network covers 98% of the UK population.

Three broadband provides internet on three main mobile broadband devices. Three HomeFi supplies fast broadband in your home using a SIM card, meaning there’s no landline required. Three MiFi allows you to take your own Wi-Fi hotspot with you wherever you go, or plug in wherever using a dongle. You can also work and play on the go with Three 4G plans for iPads and tablets.

Three’s home Wi-Fi offering operates using a 4G SIM card, meaning there’s no need to install or use a landline. There’s no minimum contract requirement, it can connect up to 32 Wi-Fi gadgets at the same time, and once you have the router and SIM, you can just plug it in and it’s good to go.

How can you switch broadband?

When your home broadband contract is coming to an end, it makes sense to compare what’s out there to make sure you’re getting the best deal. Three’s network covers 98% of UK’s population, so why not compare and browse through your options with MoneySuperMarket, to get yourself a great deal on your home internet.

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