- Huawei HomeFi
I live in a new build estate and whilst it’s lovely and all that BT have monopolised the telephone and broadband exchange meaning until other companies lease there lines (or something like that?) I’m stuck with the bastards.
They are giving it the hard sell on the phone. My broadband and TV now is fine as it is but they want me to have the mega hub plus with enough broadband to launch a space shuttle.
Anyway with 3 mobile I can get a Huawei HomeFi for £21 a month and I’m thinking of giving it a go. Anyone got one or a similar version and are they any good?
I’ve got BT calling back to try and improve on the awful deal they offered but I just want out now.Posted 1 month agoFunkyDuncMember
Anyone got one or a similar version and are they any good?
We used it whilst in temporary accommodation. The box itself was fine. Where we were though the 4G 3G wasn’t great.
The more devices you attached it appeared to slow down but again that could have been the 4G not the routerPosted 1 month agomartinhutchMember
Stick your details into Zen Internet’s checker. I think their cheapest deal is around the 30 quid a month mark, but they are a great company and it was worth it to get BT off my back (I was FTTP and no other providers were available)
If you ring up BT, they’ll probably give you some spiel about losing your phone number if you switch. This is bollocks. You just cancel broadband separately to switching the landline…
Oh, and Zen provide a decent router, unlike BT.Posted 1 month agosimonalex99Member
How about a 3 sim only plan, unlimited data for £20. Then use thethering as a mobile WiFi signal. I use a chromecast to a monitor, use Netflix, now tv and youtube. Depending on speed, sometimes can be a bit slow if signal drops. But I was fed up with virgin media and price hikes and could only get get 2mbps over phone line! Also three is launching 5g and all sim cards are enabled, no extra cost. Should be releasing a 5g router at some pointPosted 1 month ago
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