Huawei RoadFi Black

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  • In Car WiFi with the Huawei Road-Fi
  • Connect up to 10 WiFi devices simultaneously
  • Plugs straight into vehicles 12v supply so no running out of battery
  • Charge other devices using the Road Fi built-in USB connector
  • Works in Feel At Home roaming destinations
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Huawei RoadFi Black Free
20GB data
24 monthcontract
£23.00 a month
Includes: Worldwide Roaming Tethering Go Binge
Huawei RoadFi Black £79.99
12GB data
Pay As You Go
Includes: Worldwide Roaming
Huawei RoadFi Black £69.99
3GB data
Pay As You Go
Includes: Worldwide Roaming
Huawei RoadFi Black £59.99
1GB data
Pay As You Go
Includes: Worldwide Roaming
Huawei RoadFi Black £59.99
1GB data
Pay As You Go
Includes: Worldwide Roaming
Huawei RoadFi Black Free
2GB data
24 monthcontract
£10.00 a month
Includes: Worldwide Roaming Tethering
Huawei RoadFi Black £49.00
2GB data
1 monthcontract
£11.00 a month
Includes: Worldwide Roaming Tethering
Huawei RoadFi Black £29.00
2GB data
12 monthcontract
£11.00 a month
Includes: Worldwide Roaming Tethering

Overview

Three Road-Fi

If you want to take Wi-Fi on the road you’ll ideally need an in-car mobile broadband device and the Huawei Road-Fi is a prime example of that (not to mention the first and only one available on Three).

It supports 4G, so you can browse, stream and play at speed and with the ability to connect up to ten devices to it at once you can get a whole car full of tablets, laptops and consoles online, ensuring journeys are productive and stress-free.

All that connectivity could run down a battery fast, so it’s fortunate that the Huawei Road-Fi plugs in to your car, so you can stay online throughout even the longest journeys.

As it works with Three’s Feel At Home service you can also get online abroad in numerous destinations, so the next time you’re driving through France or even further afield with your family they’ll be able to stay entertained.

Other features of the Huawei Road-Fi include a USB port that you can charge other devices from without a car adapter and a handy app, which makes it speedy and simple to set up, monitor and manage the Huawei Road-Fi from any Android or iOS device.

While style probably isn’t the first thing you look for in a mobile broadband device that’s another thing the Road-Fi does well, with a sleek black finish, complete with a convincing carbon fibre effect.

In short, there’s a lot to like here and if you regularly have passengers in your car the Huawei Road-Fi is a near essential gadget, turning long journeys into something to be looked forward to, rather than dreaded.

Review

Specifications

Road-Fi actual size

 

  • Dimensions (mm): 88 x 49
  • Modem: 4G
  • Colours: Black

Videos

Huawei News

The beastly Huawei P10 Plus is now up for pre-order
The beastly Huawei P10 Plus is now up for pre-order
Posted: 20 Apr 2017 by James Rogerson

Want one of the most powerful phones around? Then you might want the Huawei P10 Plus. With up to 6GB of RAM it’s got almost half as much again as...

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Huawei P10 and P10 Plus now on Three with top specs and dual cameras
Huawei P10 and P10 Plus now on Three with top specs...
Posted: 23 Mar 2017 by James Rogerson

We loved the Huawei P9, and it’s just been followed up by not one but two new flagship phones, with the Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Plus both now...

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Huawei P10 vs Huawei P10 Plus
Huawei P10 vs Huawei P10 Plus
Posted: 3 Mar 2017 by James Rogerson

Huawei didn’t announce just one new flagship phone at MWC 2017. As well as the expected Huawei P10 it also announced the bigger, even higher spec...

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Huawei Mate 9 is a big new arrival on Three
Huawei Mate 9 is a big new arrival on Three
Posted: 16 Jan 2017 by Jon Mundy

Huawei Mate 9 : Big screened Android 7.0 smartphone Ever since the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 up and started exploding on people, there’s been a gap...

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Huawei Mate 9 vs Huawei P9: Two Huawei flagships, one winner
Huawei Mate 9 vs Huawei P9: Two Huawei flagships,...
Posted: 8 Nov 2016 by Kevin Thomas

The Huawei P9 was one of the more surprising smartphones of the year, combining a premium build, with high-end specs and a fairly low price, at least...

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Honor 8 vs Honor 7
Honor 8 vs Honor 7
Posted: 8 Sep 2016 by Naomi Mackay

Huawei’s Honor phones sit in a nice little niche, offering devices for buyers on a budget who don’t want to skimp on features or spec –...

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The flagship Huawei P9 is coming to Three
The flagship Huawei P9 is coming to Three
Posted: 19 Apr 2016 by James Rogerson

If you’re in the market for something a little different you might want to consider the Huawei P9. It’s a flagship phone with an innovative...

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Huawei P9 announced with powerful dual-lens camera
Huawei P9 announced with powerful dual-lens camera
Posted: 11 Apr 2016 by James Rogerson

Dual-lens cameras seem to be the smartphone feature to have in 2016, with first the LG G5 having one and now the Huawei P9. But the newly announced...

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Huawei Mate 8 vs Huawei Mate S – An all metal matchup
Huawei Mate 8 vs Huawei Mate S – An all metal matchup
Posted: 11 Jan 2016 by James Rogerson

Huawei has announced its intentions to become the number one smartphone maker in the world and with phones like the Huawei Mate 8 you could almost believe...

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