Three MD hints at O2 takeover bid


Following BT’s decision to bid for EE as opposed to O2, there have been many rumours that the UK’s smallest network Three, who are backed by global giant Hutchinson Whampoa, would make a bid for Telefonica-owned O2. Whilst Three’s UK teams are yet to confirm such interest, the MD for the parent company has seemingly confirmed his company’s interest in acquiring O2. Continue reading “Three MD hints at O2 takeover bid”

Motorola Moto G 4G LTE now available from Three UK


Motorola’s budget Moto G handset was one of the best value-for-money devices when it was announced back at the end of 2013 but came without support for the next-generation 4G LTE network. The Moto G 4G was announced six months later with some feature upgrades and this handset is now available in the UK from network Three. Continue reading “Motorola Moto G 4G LTE now available from Three UK”

Three UK 4G – 3m customers, 48% coverage


Three UK have revealed that their superfast 4G network is now available to 48% of the UK population with 3.1 million of their customers are now using the next-generation network. Three was the last network to roll out 4G ten months ago and despite the 48% coverage, they are still behind EE (78%), O2 and Vodafone (51%). Continue reading “Three UK 4G – 3m customers, 48% coverage”

Three UK One Plan customers to lose unlimited tethering?


Since the launch of Three UK over 11 years ago, the network has been known for disrupting the status quo of the UK mobile market. Fast forward to the present day and whilst other networks offer capped data and 4G at a premium, Three UK offers unlimited 4G data and even allows you to use your UK allowances for free when roaming in selected countries around the world. Continue reading “Three UK One Plan customers to lose unlimited tethering?”