Vodafone’s GigaCube offers 4G home broadband from £35/month without the need for a phone line or cable.
If you’re looking for an alternative to fixed home broadband delivered through a phone line or cable, Vodafone’s GigaCube is a 4G-powered service giving you a wireless home broadband connection from £35/month. The service comes on a variety of price plans with download limits of between 60GB and 300GB per month. Customers will receive a Huawei B528 router to use on the service, which supports up to Category 6 LTE download speeds of 300Mbit/s.
In this article, we’ll review Vodafone’s GigaCube service. We’ll start by looking at the GigaCube price plans and how they compare to the other fibre broadband plans available on Vodafone. We’ll then look at the inclusive Huawei B528 router in more detail, before comparing the GigaCube service to rival offerings from Three and EE. Finally, we’ll look at the level of coverage you can expect when using a Vodafone GigaCube for broadband.
iD Mobile is part of the Carphone Warehouse and offers low-cost 4G price plans using coverage from Three.
In the UK, iD Mobile offers low-cost 4G price plans using 3G and 4G coverage from the Three network. Launched by the Carphone Warehouse in 2015 as a lower-cost “value” brand, iD Mobile competes with rivals networks including giffgaff, Plusnet Mobile, SMARTY and VOXI.
At present, iD Mobile offers a variety of price plans and bundles including Pay Monthly SIM cards, handsets and Pay As You Go bundles. Customers will get data rollover included on all Pay Monthly plans along with a data boost on selected Pay Monthly handsets. There’s also inclusive international roaming in 46 European destinations and 4 Eurasian destinations.
In this article, we’ll review the iD Mobile network including the price plans available and the features of the network. We’ll also compare iD Mobile to rival networks like giffgaff, Plusnet, SMARTY and VOXI. Finally, we’ll look at the level of coverage you can expect on iD Mobile and how you can keep your existing phone number when moving to the network.
Three offers Pay As You Go Rewards along with discounts and offers through the Wuntu application.
In the UK, Three is currently offering a free subscription to services like Xbox Game Pass, Deliveroo and Tinder to their Pay As You Go customers. Customers can also access discounts and offers through the Wuntu application, including at more than 5000 restaurants that are part of the Dine card.
In this article, we’ll review Three’s “Pay As You Go with benefits”, including the Pay As You Go Rewards and the free subscriptions you can earn. We’ll also look at the Wuntu application which is used for collecting your Pay As You Go Rewards and for redeeming other Wuntu customer offers.
VOXI offers 30-day rolling plans on the Vodafone network with “endless social data”.
In the UK, VOXI is Vodafone’s low-cost sub-brand offering 30-day rolling plans with endless social data.
For £10/month, customers can get a SIM card from VOXI with unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 6GB of data. Customers will also get unlimited usage of Snapchat, Instagram, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Viber and Facebook Messenger without using their data allowance.
In this article, we’ll review the VOXI mobile network including the 30-day plans with endless social data. We’ll discuss VOXI’s optional extras, handset compatibility with the service and the level of coverage you can expect. Finally, we’ll also discuss how to keep your current phone number when moving from another mobile network to join VOXI.
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An external antenna can help to improve the speed and reliability of your 4G home broadband connection.
If you’re using a 4G-based home broadband service like Three’s HomeFi, EE’s 4GEE Home or Vodafone’s GigaCube, attaching an external antenna to your router can help to improve both the speed and reliability of your internet connection.
When choosing an external antenna, there’s a wide range of different antenna options available for purchase. To start with, you’ll need to decide whether you want to buy an omni-directional or a directional antenna. You should also check the frequency ranges supported by the antenna, the number of connectors it has and the polarisation of the antenna. The type of connector used by the antenna is also worth checking (most 4G routers now use a SMA connector but some use a TS9, CRC9 or FME connector).
In this article, we’ll discuss how you can use an external antenna to improve your 4G home broadband service and signal. We’ll look at router compatibility and the key things you should think about when choosing an external antenna for your 4G router. We’ll also present our recommended options if you’re looking to buy an external antenna for use in the UK.
Lebara Mobile offers 30-day SIM-only plans and Pay As You Go bundles from £10/month with inclusive international phone calls.
In the UK, Lebara Mobile is a specialist provider of international phone calls. Customers choosing one of Lebara’s SIM-only deals or Pay As You Go bundles will receive an inclusive allowance of international minutes, along with the normal allowance of UK minutes, texts and mobile data.
Customers on Lebara Mobile will have access to 4G coverage from the Vodafone network. There are a range of special offers available on Lebara such as £10 of free credit when you transfer your phone number in to the network and 10% off all top-ups if you’re a student.
In this article, we review Lebara Mobile’s SIM-only offering including the 30-day plans, bundles and offers that are available on the network.
If you’re buying a mobile phone for your children, read our top tips on how to choose a handset, price plans, parental controls, usage limits and more.
Nowadays, children can be avid users of mobile technology meaning there’s an ever increasing amount of things for parents to think about when buying a phone for their kids.
In this article, we’ll give an overview of some of the top things you should consider when buying or giving a mobile phone to your children. We’ll start by reviewing some of the best handsets and price plans including Pay As You Go bundles where you have full control over how much is spent every month. We’ll also discuss some key considerations around online safety, screen time usage limits and paying for applications and games.
Three’s Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot (currently the Huawei E5573bs-322) gives you unlimited 4G data on up to 10 devices for £22/month.
If you’re looking to get connected to the internet whilst you’re on-the-go from devices like your laptop and tablet, it can be useful having a 4G portable wi-fi hotspot (sometimes also known as a “Mi-Fi”).
Three is currently offering the Huawei E5573bs-322 Mobile Wi-Fi hotspot with unlimited data for £22/month on a 24-month contract. The device is also available on a range of shorter 12-month and 1-month contracts, in addition to being available to use on a Pay As You Go basis.
In this article, we’ll review Three’s Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot service, including the price plans available and the Huawei E5573bs-322 hotspot. We’ll look at how this compares to other mobile broadband solutions, including tethering from your smartphone or using a mains-powered device like the HomeFi or the Huawei AI Cube. We’ll also look at the coverage and download speeds available when using a MiFi on Three.
The Huawei AI Cube on Three offers unlimited 4G home broadband with a built-in Amazon Alexa speaker for £25/month.
Three is currently offering a Huawei AI Cube B900 router with unlimited data for £25/month. The router, which also doubles up as an Amazon Alexa smart speaker, gives you high-speed 4G broadband on up to 64 devices. This is delivered without the need for a phone line or cable, making it a possible alternative for fixed home broadband.
In this article, we’ll review the Huawei AI Cube B900 router from Three, including the price plans available and the capabilities of the device. We’ll also compare it to alternative devices like the HomeFi router from Three which costs only £22/month.
ASDA Mobile is a low-cost Pay As You Go network with competitive 30-day bundles and 4G coverage from EE.
In the UK, ASDA Mobile is a low-cost Pay As You Go network with competitive rates for calling, texting and browsing. For occasional mobile users, ASDA Mobile charges just 8p/minute, 4p/text and 5p/MB. Meanwhile, regular mobile users can save even more money by buying 30-day bundle from £5/month.
Bundles on ASDA Mobile include the popular £10 option which currently includes 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 6GB of data. This includes double data until the 23rd May 2019, when you have a recurring top-up and bundle on your account.
The coverage on ASDA Mobile is provided by EE, with there being 99% population coverage on EE’s 2G, 3G and 4G mobile networks. Customers can join ASDA Mobile by ordering a free SIM card from the ASDA Mobile website. This SIM card will slot inside your existing unlocked smartphone, saving you money whilst at the same time giving you coverage from EE.
In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at the ASDA Mobile service. We’ll start by looking at the price plans available from ASDA Mobile and how they compare to the plans available on other mobile networks. We’ll then look at how you can use your handset on ASDA Mobile, the level of coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing phone number.
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