Seriously, when was the last time you even used a telephone? Most of us still have one somewhere. Gathering dust, probably not even plugged in. Not quite dead, not quite alive. Yet millions of us still pay the line rental every month. And why? So we can get internet. We need our landlines to bring […]

Seriously, when was the last time you even used a telephone? Most of us still have one somewhere. Gathering dust, probably not even plugged in. Not quite dead, not quite alive.

Yet millions of us still pay the line rental every month. And why? So we can get internet. We need our landlines to bring home the bandwidth that gets us online. Or at least we used to.

This is the new broadband

It’s coming through the air. No phone line necessary. At Three, we’re using our 4G network to give you home broadband without a landline. And once you get rid of the line, suddenly it’s oh-so-simple.

1. Get your internet hub
2. Plug it in
3. That’s it. You’re online

We have a couple of different hubs to choose from:

There’s HomeFi, which creates an instant Wi-Fi network you can connect up to 32 devices to.

We’ve also got AI Cube. This is an internet hub and smart speaker combined. Alexa is built-in, so once you’ve set up your Wi-Fi, just ask her to play your favourite tunes, order a pizza, book train tickets, and more. Whatever you need, just ask.

But I’ve already got fibre optic

Hey, if you already ditched the landline, all power to you. But there’s another big advantage to going totally lineless and cableless.

How strong’s the Wi-Fi in your garden? Or upstairs? In the attic, or in the garage?

That’s the great thing about a hub that only needs plugging in – you can pretty much use it anywhere. As long as there’s a plug socket, you can get stronger Wi-Fi wherever you need it.

So cut the cord. Kick the cable. Drop the line rental. It’s time to set your internet free.

Black Friday 5G Broadband deal

Hey Londoners: we’ve got an amazing Black Friday deal. We’re offering you the chance to upgrade to 5G for just £29 a month, down from £35 a month. That’s a saving of £72, but only for a short time.

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