Mobile broadband offers & providers available in the UK.

O2
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O2 has deals in place with selected partners to provide its mobile broadband offers. Both Huawei and Netgear produce the hardware for O2’s 4G and 5G mobile broadband contracts, which come in both pay monthly and pay as you go mobile broadband packages. O2 gives you the option for pocket routers and mobile broadband dongles for mobile WiFi on the move.

Virgin Media
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Virgin Mobile was the first ever MVNO to launch in the UK and, after spending two decades using the Orange and T-Mobile network (and subsequently the EE network following the merger of those two providers) Virgin Mobile switched its network to Vodafone in 2020. It has excellent network coverage and offers both one month rolling mobile broadband contracts as well as 12 month plans. The shorter deals all feature an upfront cost to cover the cost of the Huawei mobile broadband router supplied, while the Virgin Mobile 12 month mobile broadband packages reduce the upfront cost to zero.

EE
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As the pioneers of both 4G and 5G rollout, and also the UK’s largest network, it is no surprise to see EE mobile broadband deals alongside its mobile phone contracts. The EE 4G and 5G Superfast Routers come in a variety of pay monthly deals, with costs varying depending on the type of EE Router you choose.

Three
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Three offers portable 4G MiFi solutions to compliment the company’s range of home broadband services that come in a selection of data allowances. All of Three’s MiFi routers are manufactured by Huawei, and feature a range of data options to cater for numerous data needs. You can connect up to 10 devices to Three’s MiFi routers, making it even easier to connect your home. 

Vodafone
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As the pioneers of both 4G and 5G rollout, and also the UK’s largest network, it is no surprise to see EE mobile broadband deals alongside its mobile phone contracts. The EE 4G and 5G Superfast Routers come in a variety of pay monthly deals, with costs varying depending on the type of EE Router you choose.

The four major UK networks  - EE, Vodafone, O2 and Three Mobile -  pushed 4G rollout in the UK in 2012, paving the way for major networks and Mobile Network Virtual Operators (MVNOs) to offer mobile broadband services to their customers as well as mobile phone contracts. From the moment 4G launched it no longer mattered if you had fibre broadband cables coming to your phone exchange, you could access average speeds between 15.1Mbps and 30Mbps via your mobile broadband provider. 

Many networks offer mobile broadband deals either as stand alone offers or coupled as packages with mobile phone contracts, often offering discounts for taking out mobile broadband services along with new phone deals. Thanks to the rollout of the 5G network, which delivers speeds up to 100 times faster than 4G and makes browsing and streaming HD video seamless, widespread 5G mobile broadband packages become an increasingly attractive option.

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