Three’s customers in London can now enjoy the speed and power of 5G internet courtesy the brand new 5G broadband service by the company.
The 5G home broadband service by the telecom provider is quite different from the normal broadband as it does not need a landline or a fiber optic cable to connect a user to the internet. Instead, the company is offering broadband to its users through a signal network. All a user has to do to access the internet is plug in a hub. A user can access the internet simply by plugging in the hub anywhere in the house be it their basement, parking shed or upstairs.
“Three’s 5G is going to revolutionize the home broadband experience. No more paying for landline rental, no more waiting for engineers, and even a same-day delivery option. It really is the straightforward plug-and-play broadband that customers have been waiting for,” said Three’s CEO, Dave Dyson.
Three has promised that both its new and the existing customers will soon be able to access 5G. The company has placed no speed caps and has no premium over 4G on any contract. The pricing is simple too as there is just a single plan - £35 per month plan which will offer an unlimited access on one-year contract.
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