We’re very pleased to announce two new 4G ready mobile broadband devices to add to our existing arsenal of 4G ready phones.
The Nexus 7 from Google and Asus was always an enticing device, I don’t know about you though, but I always felt like there was something missing… Not any more though! We are very pleased to announce that we will soon be ranging the Nexus 7 3G. Hoorah! Now, this Read More.
We’ve just launched a brand new Dongle on Three, the Huawei E3256. But this one is a little bit special. It’s the first dongle from Three to feature Dual Carrier HSPA+ technology, which makes it the most advanced dongle we’ve ever had. Especially when you consider it working on our HSPA+42 network, which is being rolled out at the moment and should cover half of the UK by the end of the year.
We’re very happy to announce that the new iPad is now available on Three. We’ve already announced our pricing which you can read all about here.
If you’re new to Three, or would like to take out a second contract with us, you can buy the new iPad online here, call us on 0800 358 4339, or pop into one of our stores. You can find out which ones have stock of the new iPad here. Don’t forget to bring some photo ID and a valid Credit or Debit Card, plus your Direct Debit details.
This week we’ve introduced a brand new product to our broadband range. It’s the first time it’s been launched in the UK, and it’s designed for the significant chunk of the population, especially renters and students, that have told us they want Wi-Fi at home, just without the phone line and Read More.
You might have seen or heard about mobile phone spectrum in the news recently. It’s a topic that’s been brought into focus by the planned 4G spectrum auction due to take place next year, and it’s a subject that’s really important to us.
Why? Well, put simply, radio spectrum is the lifeblood of a mobile network. It’s the radiowaves that carry your mobile calls, send your texts and connect you to the internet, and as a result, the spectrum up for sale at next year’s auction will be hugely important in shaping the quality and type of services mobile networks will offer in the future.
Here’s a quick potted history of how spectrum has been distributed in the UK to date.