You can get the equipment for free the next day, but Three brings it to you on the same day for £ 20 ($ 24).

This is not the 5G mobile service you might have hoped for, even though Three recently announced that it would provide the next-gen mobile service in 25 UK cities by the end of 2019, as with rivals like Vodafone. The advantages of Three are the low cost and the large 100 MHz 5G spectrum chunk. We hope that not only will you be tempted by wired broadband, but your network will have the real capacity to take advantage of 5G's potential.