I had Three for a while, it started of amazing in London, always had h+ and a solid 10-20mb. But during 2013 it went to ****, the amount of places where I had 0 signal was just horrible, even entering a medium size shop would mean no signal, or a bar, or a restaurant. I got annoyed and left for Vodafone and things have been pretty good for me.I think it does but I hear coverage isn't great with 3 and I get around quite a bit so trying to stick with networks which use O2/Vodafones network, as I think they have best coverage ATM.
I'm on O2, and for about £42 a month I get an iPhone 5s with unlimited calls and texts and 1GB of data.
Also O2 have recently upgraded everyone with a 4G compatible phone from 3G to 4G free of charge, as long as you are in a covered area.
Is that with or without VAT. I am paying on an EE 4G plan 25 Pnds for unlimited voice and text with 3gig of data before VAT. A month after i signed up for my plan they were offering the same deal 5 Pnds cheaper.I'm on EE and pay £32 per month, for that i get unlimited mins and txt's and 2gb data allowance. As part of the tariff though i get Deezer free which is great as i use it all the time. I can also early upgrade after 6 months which is nice too. I was with Orange before upgrading and i'm loving EE so far. Their app is also great for managing my tariff or just checking my remaining data.
Like all the carriers it depends on where you are. My experience with EE is much better than I had with 3. I am in London.Does anyone know if EE has good network coverage?
I did indeed receive this text a while back! whenever I visit London I get 4G, but it's very patchy where I live (down in the south east).Even if your not in a 4g area if you have a 4g sim card and a 4g phone you should receive a text offering the free 4g bolt on from o2.
Oh my lordy lord! Is O2's 4G usually that fast, or is Leeds (I presume) a special exception?Mine.
So unless you want to go for a new phone, if you want 4G you are restricted to 3 or EE, so you really need to check which offers the best coverage for your area, and also which one is already offering or is going to offer 4G in your area. The iPhone 5 only offers 4G on 1800mhz which none of the other networks currently support.I have a 5