Three is offering unlimited 5G home broadband for just £24 per month on a one-month rolling contract.

If you’re looking for flexible home broadband on a one-month rolling plan, Three is currently offering unlimited 5G home broadband for just £24 per month.

It comes with average download speeds of more than 100Mbps, which is enough for Ultra HD (4K) streaming on four devices at the same time. You’ll also get free delivery of your 5G Hub on the next working day when you order before 8pm.

Get 5G Broadband On A One-Month Rolling Plan →

In this article, we’ll look at Three’s 5G home broadband service and how to get it on a one-month rolling plan. We’ll also look at how it works and how to check the availability of the service where you live.

Prices From: £24 per month
Contract Length: 1 month rolling
Download Speeds: 100Mbps+ (average download speed)
Will vary based on the signal strength & coverage in your area
Availability: Selected UK postcodes (check your postcode)

5G Broadband On A One-Month Contract

If you’re looking for flexible home broadband without the need to sign up for a long contract, Three is currently offering unlimited 5G home broadband for £24 per month. This is a one-month rolling contract so you have the flexibility to change your plan whenever you like.

If you’re living within the coverage area for Three’s 5G home broadband, you can expect an average download speed of more than 100Mbps on the service (with peak download speeds of up to 1,000Mbps in some places). You’ll also get Three’s latest 5G Hub router with built-in support for the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology (802.11ax) for improved performance. You’ll also get next working day delivery (as long as you order before 8pm), with no need for an engineer visit to install the service.

Three’s one-month rolling plan is ideal for student broadband and for anyone who is looking for a short-term contract (e.g. if you’re renting or looking to move home in the future). Most fibre broadband providers have a minimum 18-month or 24-month contract with heavy penalties if you choose to end your plan early during that time. The one-month rolling plan can also be a good way to trial out 5G technology for broadband, without the need to commit on a long contract.

ServiceData AllowanceContract LengthUpfront PriceMonthly Price

Three 5G Hub
Unlimited Data1 month contract£0£24/month

If you’re happy to sign up on a longer 24-month contract, Three also offers 5G broadband on a 24-month plan. When you sign up, you’ll benefit from a discounted price of £20 per month. You’ll also get the first 6 months half price, bringing it down to just £10 per month for the first six months:

ServiceData AllowanceContract LengthUpfront PriceMonthly Price

Three 5G Hub
Unlimited Data24 month contract£0£10/month
for 6 months, then £20/month

On the 24-month plan, you can still benefit from a 30-day money back guarantee. If you’re unsatisfied with the service for any reason, this allows you to cancel in the first 30 days without paying any penalty charges.

How Does 5G Broadband Work?

Three’s 5G home broadband uses the latest 5G mobile technology to deliver a broadband service into your home. It’s different from traditional fixed-line home broadband, where either a landline or a cable connection is used to deliver broadband into your home. You can use it on all of your devices in exactly the same way as you’d use regular fixed-line broadband (e.g. for browsing, streaming, gaming and more).

If you’re living within the coverage area for Three’s 5G home broadband, it’s likely you’ll get similar or even faster download speeds than on normal fibre broadband. For instance, many fibre broadband services have an average download speed of 67Mbps (with a maximum download speed of 80Mbps). For comparison, 5G broadband offers average download speeds of over 100Mbps (with maximum download speeds of 1,000Mbps). Some full fibre services are likely to be faster than 5G broadband, however.

The main disadvantage of 5G broadband is that download speeds can vary substantially depending on your location. As it’s still a fairly new technology, there’s only limited coverage so you’ll need to check to make sure it’s available in your area. 5G broadband services can also have greater variability in speeds (e.g. due to the weather or lots of other people using the service in your area).

Coverage & Availability

Three’s 5G home broadband is currently available in selected postcodes across 370 UK towns and cities.

To see whether 5G broadband is available where you live, enter your postcode on Three’s broadband availability checker.

Check Three 5G Broadband Availability (three.co.uk) →

Once you’ve entered your postcode and selected your address, you’ll be shown the plans available where you live.

If 5G broadband isn’t yet available where you live, you might be offered a 4G home broadband plan instead. This will be on the 4G Hub or the 4G Plus Hub. Alternatively, you might be able to get 4G mobile broadband service on the 4G Plus MiFi.

More Information

For more information, you can read our in-depth review of Three’s 5G home broadband and the 5G Hub router.

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