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Old February 5th, 2013, 12:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just read on Appy Geek that 3 are rolling out 4g at no extra cost but the article mentioned a rolling contract betwen 12-19.
Im on the pre-pay no contract 15p/m sim.
Does anyone know how this will affect us?

Tbh id hoped 3 would just keep thier 3g channel open but it would be less busy due to people payin for 3g but 4g for no extra charge sounds great if they dont mess it up

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Old February 5th, 2013, 01:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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They'll continue their 3G HSPA network working as usual for at least a few more years To be honest their 3G is nearly as fast as 4G sometimes so I'm in no rush

We don't have the i9305 so no 4G on our current phones, will have to get an upgrade if people want it
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Lmao id actualy forgot we dont have the radio so i hope to hell they keep 3g runnin. The way the article read, they were replacing one with the other but i spoze that wouldnt be viable.
What hspa+ d/load speeds do u get m8?
Am hopin the 4g users will take the pressure of us skint 3g customers
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I usually get about 9/10 Mbps down and 4 up not bad! I do live and work right beside two towers so my signal is bound to be good

Don't worry, 3 have more than enough capacity to deal with their amount of customers, no need to worry about the pressure on the network (source: its my job )
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Aparently my mast is 0.3miles away and at 1st i war gettin 10-16mb/s but its really slowed down recently. Thinkin of goin back to giffgaff.
Just there i got 1mb/s!!
Unacceptable and i hear o2 (giffgaff use thier infrastructure) have speeded up thier 3g

EDIT u work for 3 mate?
Best thing bout them is they havent cut me off for tethering and i use like 30gb p/m n wouldnt get away with that on Giffgaff (although they advertise as bein truly unlimited, they disconnect u at 15gb)
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I'd settle for a wider 3g net really.
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You can always pickup an i9305 unlocked from Amazon but that will certainly be an imported one - as a result you won't have a BTU firmware or CSC - having said that - you can change all that once rooted and you might still not get OTA updates when EE is releasing them - again - usually not an issue but it depends what's important to you.

But I agree - 3's HSPA+ is pretty speedy ...my contract is up for renewal in September so hopefully they have the i9305 by then
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I would love to have 4G, but apparently I walked into an EE shop and asked, and the lady there said how much do you pay a month? I said 31 (I'm on contract) and she said we'll take your current S3 and replace it with 4G capable S3 but you''ll have to pay another 100 and pay 36 each month. You'll get 500MB internet when at the moment, from 3 I get Unlimited 3G Internet lol

BTW is their UltraFast network equivalent to 4G/LTE?
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I would love to have 4G, but apparently I walked into an EE shop and asked, and the lady there said how much do you pay a month? I said 31 (I'm on contract) and she said we'll take your current S3 and replace it with 4G capable S3 but you''ll have to pay another 100 and pay 36 each month. You'll get 500MB internet when at the moment, from 3 I get Unlimited 3G Internet lol

BTW is their UltraFast network equivalent to 4G/LTE?
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I laughed in a EE shop when he gave me the limited bandwidth figure. I asked him what the point of faster internet is when I am not allowed to use it. His response 'an average user will only need 500M'. My response 'an average user won't know the difference between 3G/4G or HSPA+. If he does, he'll stick with '3', HSPA+ and unlimited data.

same thing when broadband started out. I remember a company offering ADSL 2+ at 'high speed' with 5GB limit but saying that you can download a DVD in no time (which technically would push you over the limit).

Anyway, I leave playing guinea pig for EE to the 'average user'.
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Aparently my mast is 0.3miles away and at 1st i war gettin 10-16mb/s but its really slowed down recently. Thinkin of goin back to giffgaff.
Just there i got 1mb/s!!
Unacceptable and i hear o2 (giffgaff use thier infrastructure) have speeded up thier 3g

EDIT u work for 3 mate?
Best thing bout them is they havent cut me off for tethering and i use like 30gb p/m n wouldnt get away with that on Giffgaff (although they advertise as bein truly unlimited, they disconnect u at 15gb)
Are you nearing the end of your all in one 15 add on? The same happens to me towards the end of the 30 days. If you ask 3 if they throttle data for the highest users they'll say they don't but they'd be lying.

I've moved this over to the 3 forum
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There's not much info on when it'll happen only that it'll be this year
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But didn't they say its not LTE/4G but Hspa+42 ?
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dc-hspa which is the step up from hspa+ is already available to some parts of the country but this along with 4g will be implemented to the rest of the country during the year.
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Are you nearing the end of your all in one 15 add on? The same happens to me towards the end of the 30 days. If you ask 3 if they throttle data for the highest users they'll say they don't but they'd be lying.

I've moved this over to the 3 forum
Yeah and im near the end mate.
And yeah 3 denied throttling me (said they didnt have the capability) even though ive tethered 10gb this month.
Do you use the alternative APN that bypasses thier torrent site block? Dont worry mods i wont tell it on here

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I've never had torrent sites blocked. I did have to use the apn 3internet.co.uk instead of three.co.uk for a while as I'd be trying to access legit none porn related sites and their filter would flag it as adult and I'd get redirected to their own porn site. In the end I phoned them up and registered my credit card which didn't appear to do anything at first but since a few months ago I've been able to use the three.co.uk apn without any problems. My internet speeds always pick up again when I buy another add on at the beginning of the month.
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Yeah its the 3internet APN (no other fields filled in other than "name") i use coz I dont have a credit card or drivers license to get parental lock off (and torrent/apk search barr)
Ill search for whatever i want on my own unlocked phone lol (n im not into porn either lol)

N cool. Il look forward to faster speeds in a week
Dont wana go back to GG
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Lmao im honestly not
My mrs is 11years younger than me.... last thing i wana look at when i get peace n quiet is porn lmao
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Anyone know if we'll require any settings files from 3 when 4G is rolled out? And whether there'll be any issues if the phone is rooted?
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I have a Nexus 5 using the Three Network. Tonight my signal changed from 'H' to '4G'. I think I'm on 4G now. Did a quick speedtest (I'm near Paddington in London) and I got 29.21Mbits download, 7.88Mbits upload. Looks good. Quicker than it was before.

Looks like they are rolling it out.
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I have a Nexus 5 using the Three Network. Tonight my signal changed from 'H' to '4G'. I think I'm on 4G now. Did a quick speedtest (I'm near Paddington in London) and I got 29.21Mbits download, 7.88Mbits upload. Looks good. Quicker than it was before.

Looks like they are rolling it out.
Cool! Yeah they are doing trials for certain customers in London so you're one of the lucky ones I'm in rural Essex so I don't expect to have 4G any time soon
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I hope they get you 4G soon. Please drop a note here when you get 4G (or if you don't get it in the next few weeks) so we can see how good the Three network really is. When I was on Orange a few years ago they got me to sign up to 'edge' (I think that was 2.5G) but I never got it. I hope Three are better than that.

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Three says 4G is up. See http://m.androidcentral.com/all-three-uk-customers-now-4g-tariff
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It's been "up" in a few (big urban) places for some time, nothing new about that.

This summary line from the article you linked spells it out: "Three claims its LTE network is now operational in 36 large towns and cities, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Reading and Liverpool. Looking ahead, the operator aims to have 50 cities and 200+ towns covered by the end of this year, and over 98 percent UK population coverage by the end of 2015."

I doubt I'll see it here any time soon.
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It's been "up" in a few (big urban) places for some time, nothing new about that.

This summary line from the article you linked spells it out: "Three claims its LTE network is now operational in 36 large towns and cities, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Reading and Liverpool. Looking ahead, the operator aims to have 50 cities and 200+ towns covered by the end of this year, and over 98 percent UK population coverage by the end of 2015."

I doubt I'll see it here any time soon.

I live near Bradford and am regularly in Leeds, two of the cities that is meant to have 4G now. It must be dressed like the scarlet Pimpernel because I aint seen it. 4G my arse
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Do you have a 4G phone? I have a Nexus 4 (no 4G) and of course I see no difference when I'm in Manchester which I know has working 4G - for those with a 4G phone. that is.

Sorry if it seems an obvious question but it's easy to miss the obvious sometimes :-)
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I have a note 2, it was sold as 4G ready so I am assuming so.
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It's a shame that 4g phones come out long before infrastructure is all set up. It's also a shame that the old UK analogue TV bands (together with the other frequencies) aren't all owned by one entity & we just get billed by our chosen companies, like water gas & electric, no it all gets carved up so that even today, some people miss out. One company should own all the infrastructure & signal & companies should subscribe, there could even be a control centre like the national grid controlling power to the peak locations.

I'm also a bit miffed that data on 2g has been scaled right back, GPRS appears to be unusable today & I think there is still a market for 'basic' phones with WAP, some people still want small & basic, so providing greater choice (not just smartphones) & spreading data over old & current infrastructure might relieve pressure on demand for 3g / 4g!

What we need is consistency across the whole country & we should be getting it with the old UK wide TV frequencies but we're not. The mobile operators care only about their slice of the cake whilst disregarding the size of the whole cake!
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Im in Glasgow and im getting 3's 4G service at roughly 15-25Mbps up and down speed test results im on 3 payg 15ppm
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