More mobile carriers are launching 5G networks, and Three is the latest to join the gang. But those waiting to upgrade to a 5G phone may be a little disappointed.
While EE and Vodafone launched their 5G network as part of new mobile contracts, Three’s 5G offering is only currently available as a home broadband connection.
The idea is you will not need to connect the box to a landline so there is no line rental fee. Three's router instead connects directly to the 5G mobile signal to provide an internet connection. It simply needs to be plugged into a spare socket.
According to Three, the router can support up to 64 devices and £35 per month will provide you with unlimited data.
- Rather have 5G in your pocket? Check out our shortlist of the best 5G phones.