Three 5Gs live in the UK... but only for your home

Three has launched its 5G network in London in the UK, making it the third of four major pushes to make next-gen networks available, but it's more limited than OO and Beeline offers.

Right now, three 5G is only available as a home broadband connection. This means you can pick up a 5G router from three stores and use it around your home to power all your devices.

The Tri 5G Router can support up to 64 devices and £35 per month will give you unlimited data.

With a 5G home broadband router, you don't need to connect the box to a landline phone and thus don't need to pay a line rental fee, with the router instead of connecting directly to a 5G mobile signal to provide your home with an internet connection. All you have to do is plug it into an available outlet.

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Initially, the trio's 5G home broadband network will only be available in a handful of locations in the heart of London (Camden, Camberwell and Southwark), which means, for many, this offer won't be of much use right now.

Three of them will continue to roll out their 5G networks over the coming months, and says that by the end of 2019, 5G is planned to be available in 25 cities across the country.

Location: London, Birmingham, Bolton, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Coventry, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds United Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Reading, Rotherham, Sheffield, Manchester, Sunderland and Wolverhampton.

For those three customers waiting for the 5G network to come to smartphones, we've been told it will be unveiled before the end of the year, but there's no release date yet.

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