“The Three 5G Hub is proof that 5G is useful for more than just phones. In fact, it's a true alternative to fibre broadband, all at a potentially lower cost and with a simpler setup.”
The Three 5G Hub is Three’s 5G home broadband router – so if you want 5G at home on Three, this is the box to buy.
It’s got a lot going for it too. Obviously, supporting 5G means it’s very fast (assuming you’ve got 5G coverage at home) with download speeds of up to 2.33Gbps and upload speeds of up to 1.25Gbps. Your average download speeds are more likely to be in the region of 100-200Mbps. Check availability and estimated speeds here.
With the Three 5G Hub you can also connect up to 64 devices to the internet at once, so you’ll be able to get all your computers, smartphones, smart TVs, and other smart home gadgets online.
There are also two ethernet ports so you can plug in devices that you’d rather use a wired connection with, and the Three 5G Hub is cleverly designed to offer full 360-degree coverage, so you should be able to place it anywhere in your home and get good signal emanating in every direction.
If you do need a signal boost there are also slots to attach external antennas, and unlike traditional broadband the Three 5G Hub is incredibly quick and easy to set up – it’s pretty much just plug and play in fact, so there’s no need for an engineer to come to your home.
Plus, with the Three 5G Hub you can also ditch your landline (if you’re not using it for calls) as you don’t need it for 5G internet. That can be a big money saver.
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