Comparing mobile broadband in Solihull
3G mobile broadband is the cheapest option, and can provide very good speeds, especially if you take advantage of the upgraded ‘HSDPA’ services offered by some networks (such as Three’s Ultra 3G). You may not need to buy any new equipment either as any relatively modern smartphone, dongle or mobile enabled tablet will support 3G signals.
The newer 4G services provide much greater speeds which can comfortably exceed ADSL home broadband, however you may find prices are slightly higher and coverage is not as comprehensive, so your device may fall back onto 3G quite frequently.
There are a huge variety of deals, special offers, incentives and contracts for mobile broadband. But before buying any service you should check coverage in your area to ensure there is a strong enough signal. To access to the network’s own coverage check tools, click the logos below:
Comparing home broadband in Solihull
Achievable speeds throughout many parts of the town are competitive with other urban areas, with the choice of ADSL up to 17Mb, BT fibre up to 76Mb and Virgin Media fibre up to 300Mb. Your options for broadband packages include unlimited internet, broadband without a phone line and some great value TV and broadband bundles.
ADSL utilises existing copper telephone lines to deliver phone and internet services to homes and businesses. It is widespread and low cost, but speeds are relatively slow in comparison to newer services. Fibre optic broadband can provide much greater performance, however it is more limited in coverage and slightly more expensive.
As broadband coverage varies from street to street you first step to finding a new broadband service in Solihull is to filter packages by postcode. Enter your postcode into the Broadband Genie comparison table and you’ll be shown only those deals which are available at your location.