Tag: dc-hsdpa

We got 50Mbps on Three 4G. Expecting the same?

Recently we showed an early peek into the Three 4G network. It was a test under almost lab conditions and we managed to get around 50Mbps download speeds on the all-new 4G network. However, just like my home fibre connection, there’s a lot of factors that can alter …

Let’s go Funkyfast

Three are now branding their dual-channel HSDPA as something different. Something new. Something exciting. Sure, while EE are calling their 4G network “superfast”, Three call theirs “ultrafast”. So what’s better? Ultrafast or Superfast? Well, I’m not totally sure, but I somehow want to create a network myself and …

The speed challenge – Three Ultrafast vs EE 4G

Now that the 4G auction is well under way we are starting to see networks mention the LTE technology in advertising. Two networks are making big noises about data currently – Three and EE. EE have already rolled out 4G to a sizeable chunk of the UK – …

DC-HSDPA – Just how much better is it?

This year we’re seeing a huge roll-out of the fastest version of 3G yet on many networks. Started by Three, who have already rolled this new standard out to 50% of the population and will get to 80% by the end of March, the other networks are now …

Three offer up the iPad mini today too

Just how can we make this paricular story more than one paragraph in length? Should I mention our festive Coolsmartphone logo? Or the fact that my wife just filled my diesel car up with petrol? No… That wouldn’t work, surely. Three, hot on the heals of EE, have …

Hands on with the Three DC-HSDPA dongle

Internet on the move is more important now than it has ever been with many people needing to access their online content for both personal reasons and for work. ¬†How many people do you see on a busy train with laptops out and dongles plugged in the side …