What download speeds can I get on Three 4G Home Broadband?

Three 4G Home broadband has an average download speed of 50 – 100Mbps. You can get download speeds of over to 200Mbps in some places.

The actual speed you get depends on your distance from the closest mast and also where you decide to place your Three 4G broadband hub.

Use Three’s broadband coverage checker to see the speed available in your area.


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