Download speeds of 2Mbps are available on Vodafone’s Unlimited Lite plans and on the Reserve Data feature of EE Smart plans.
In the UK, you’ll get download speeds of up to 2Mbps when you choose a Vodafone Unlimited Lite plan, or when you use the Reserve Data feature on an EE Smart plan.
In general, you’ll still be able to do most things with a 2Mbps connection, including browsing the web, using social media and messaging applications, listening to music online and watching video in standard-definition quality. You won’t be able to watch HD-quality video and web pages may load a little more slowly compared to on faster connections.
In this article, we’ll look at 2Mbps download speed connections in the UK. We’ll start by looking at the mobile phone plans from Vodafone and EE that give you a download speed of up to 2Mbps. We’ll then look at individual activities and applications, asking whether you’re able to use them on a 2Mbps connection.
Download speeds of 10Mbps are available on Vodafone Basics & Unlimited mobile plans as well as ADSL home broadband connections.
In the UK, 10Mbps is the average speed of a standard home broadband connection (one that’s based on ADSL technology rather than fibre). It’s also the maximum download speed available when using a Vodafone Basics or Vodafone Unlimited price plan in your mobile phone.
In this article, we’ll look at what you’re able to do with a download speed of 10Mbps. We’ll start by looking at 10Mbps price plans, both for your mobile phone and for your home broadband connection. We’ll then look at individual services like video calling, streaming and online gaming, asking what you’ll be able to do on a 10Mbps plan.
Vodafone offers three types of price plan: Red, Unlimited and Basics. Find out how the different price plans compare.
If you’re choosing a new mobile phone or SIM card from Vodafone, there are currently three different types of price plan you’re able to choose from.
Comparing the Red, Unlimited and Basics price plans, you’ll need to decide whether you want unlimited data or a gigabyte allowance, the maximum download speeds you want on your plan and whether you need inclusive international roaming.
The cheapest available SIM cards are available on Vodafone Basics, where you’ll pay as little as £6/month for data at a download speed of up to a 10Mbps (equivalent to a basic 4G connection). Vodafone Red gives you a larger allowance of data along with 5G on most plans, with inclusive roaming when you travel abroad in Europe. Meanwhile, at the top-end, Vodafone Unlimited starts from £22/month for unlimited data at a range of different download speeds.
In this article, we’ll compare the three types of price plan from Vodafone. We’ll look at Vodafone Red, Vodafone Unlimited and Vodafone Basics in more detail. We’ll then showcase some of the best value SIM cards in each range before looking at the coverage available and how to keep your existing phone number.
Plusnet Mobile offers SIM-only deals from £6/month, using 4G coverage from the EE network.
In the UK, Plusnet Mobile offers low-cost SIM-only deals, starting from £6/month. Plusnet’s SIM-only plans are available on a 30-day rolling basis, with access to 99% population coverage on EE’s 4G network. Plusnet home broadband customers will get an extra 2GB of data every month on their plan.
In this article, we’ll review the Plusnet Mobile service. We’ll start by looking at the SIM-only plans that are available on Plusnet and the special offers that are available to existing Plusnet Broadband customers. We’ll then compare Plusnet’s SIM-only deals to those from rival mobile networks before looking at the coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing mobile phone number.
Superdrug Mobile offers SIM-only deals, with plans starting from £10/month for 5GB data.
In the UK, Superdrug is a retailer that offers mobile phone SIM cards, starting from £10/month for 5GB of data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts. Customers can access 3G and 4G coverage from the Three mobile network and will also earn double Health & Beautycard points on all of their spending at Superdrug.
In addition to all of the SIM-only deals being available on a one-month rolling basis, there’s no credit check required to sign up for Superdrug Mobile. You’ll also benefit from rollover of unused data and you’ll get the cost of your first month’s plan back in Superdrug Health & Beautycard points.
In this article, we’ll review Superdrug Mobile including the SIM-only plans that are available. We’ll also discuss some of the features of the network and how it compares to alternatives like SMARTY. Finally, we’ll look at the network coverage you can expect on Superdrug Mobile and how to keep your existing phone number when changing to their network.
O2 offers 5G coverage in 60 UK locations, as well as 99% population coverage on 4G, 3G and 2G.
In the UK, O2 offers four types of mobile network coverage: 5G, 4G, 3G and 2G. Their latest 5G network is now available in 60 locations, with most of the rest of the country having 4G, 3G and 2G coverage. Their network covers 99% of UK’s population using 4G, 3G and 2G technology.
The fastest download speeds available on O2 are when you’re connected to their 5G network, with average download speeds in the region of 150Mbit/s. On their 4G network, you’ll currently get average download speeds of around 25Mbit/s.
In this article, we’ll discuss how you can check the O2 coverage in your area and where you can see an O2 coverage map. We’ll also discuss the types of coverage on O2 as well as services they offer like 4G Calling, Wi-Fi Calling and O2 Wi-Fi hotspots. Finally, we’ll look at the international coverage that’s available when you use your O2 SIM card abroad in other countries.
4G mobile broadband deals are available from £10/month, allowing you to access broadband internet through multiple devices on-the-go.
In the UK, 4G-powered mobile broadband services can be a convenient way to get your devices connected to the internet.
Starting from £10/month, you can get a mobile broadband hotspot that connects to a 4G mobile network in the background. Using a 4G signal, it produces your own personal wi-fi network that other devices can connect to for access to the internet. This allows you to use mobile broadband on a wide range of devices including your laptop, tablet, smartphone or other smart home devices.
At present, 4G mobile broadband deals are available from EE, Three and Vodafone. Each mobile network offers different mobile broadband devices with a range of data plans available from 2GB per month up to fully unlimited data. In this article, we’ll review and compare the best 4G mobile broadband deals in the UK.
SIM-only deals can save you money on your mobile phone bill every month. Compare the UK’s best value SIM-only deals.
A good way to save money on your phone bill is by switching to a SIM-only deal. This is a low-cost SIM card for your mobile phone with an inclusive allowance of minutes, texts and mobile data. You can keep your current phone number when changing to a SIM-only deal and will normally get lots of flexibility with either a 12-month or a 1-month rolling contract.
In this article, we’ll review and compare the UK’s best value SIM-only deals. This includes big name mobile networks like EE, O2, Three and Vodafone as well as lower-cost alternatives like giffgaff, iD Mobile, SMARTY and VOXI.
The Huawei 4G Plus MiFi hotspot (Huawei E5783B) allows you to share 4G mobile broadband with up to 16 other devices.
In the UK, Three has launched their latest mobile wi-fi hotspot, the Huawei 4G Plus MiFi (Huawei E5783B). Allowing you to share a 4G mobile broadband connection with up to 16 other devices, it offers download speeds that are up to twice as fast as on the Huawei E5573bs-322.
The Huawei 4G Plus hotspot connects to Three’s 4G mobile network in the UK. From that, it produces a regular wi-fi network that you’re able to connect to on other devices. This includes your laptop, tablet, smartphone and smart TV. The mobile broadband connection can be used whilst you’re at home or whilst you’re away from home at other places.
In this article, we’ll review the Huawei 4G Plus MiFi, including the price plans you’re able to use with it and the technical specifications of the hotspot. We’ll also look at how the device compares to alternatives like the Huawei E5573bs-322 MiFi and the Huawei B535 HomeFi Plus router. We’ll also look at the coverage and download speeds available when using this 4G+ MiFi on Three.
Mobile networks like ASDA Mobile, BT Mobile, Plusnet Mobile and Virgin Mobile piggyback on EE’s coverage in the UK.
In the UK, there are only four network coverage providers: EE, O2, Three and Vodafone. Alongside them, there are a number of “virtual network operators” that piggyback on coverage from one of the four big providers.
If you’re looking for an alternative mobile network that uses coverage from EE, the main networks to choose from are ASDA Mobile, BT Mobile, Plusnet Mobile and Virgin Mobile. On all of these networks, you’ll get access to the same underlying coverage that’s available on EE. This includes 99% population coverage across the UK.
In this article, we’ll present a list of mobile networks using coverage from EE. We’ll also compare some of the best value SIM cards using coverage from EE, ranging from £5/month up to £20/month and more.