ZTE MF286D 4G Broadband Home Hub Router
Supplied with Three 4G broadband deals as their 4G Home Hub, the ZTE MF286D offers speeds of up to 600Mbps (typical download speeds of 50Mbps to 100Mbps) as well as simple ‘Plug & Play’ set up.
A great alternative to a fixed landline broadband connection, this ZTE router supports Category 12/13 LTE speeds and has a built-in antenna, there are also two removable slots on the back of the device to connect an external antenna for low signal areas.
Offering WiFi 5, you can connect up to 64 devices around your home and for more data heavy devices like smart TVs and gaming consoles there are 4 gigabit ethernet ports to plug directly into the router for unhindered connection speed.
Compared with the previous 4G HomeFi+ from Three; the Huawei B535, the ZTE MF286D is a significant upgrade offering superior 4G support via 4×4 MIMO and 256QAM (compared with 2×2 MIMO and 64QAM) which in tandem with Three’s L-band spectrum (band 32) 4G delivers greatly enhanced performance.
Three 4G Plus Broadband Home Hub – Sercomm LTE2122GR Router
Offering the fastest possible speeds over Three’s 4G network, this Sercomm 4G+ router supplied by Three as their 4G Plus Home Hub offers Category 18 LTE technology.
This means that if you are in an area of Three’s upgraded network you can enjoy faster speeds over their standard ZTE 4G MF286D router which offers CAT 12/13 LTE speeds.
Offering peak download speeds of up to 600Mbps and average 100Mbps, the Three 4G Plus router offers the fastest 4G speeds available.
As with all 4G and 5G mobile broadband routers offered by Three, the 4G+ Home Hub is Plug & Play for easy set up anywhere you have a power socket.
ZTE MC801A 5G Router
Switching from Huawei to ZTE, Three now offer the MC801A home hub router for their fastest 5G mobile broadband speeds.
This new ZTE 5G router is capable of supporting download speeds of up to 3.8Gbps, however those speeds are not yet currently reached on existing 5G infrastructure from the UK networks.
Three advertise their peak download speed at 1Gbps with average speeds between 100 – 200Mbps, but that’s plenty fast enough for streaming UHD media as well as heavy gaming.
The ZTE MC801A is Three’s most advanced 5G router to date, connecting to the local 5G network it allows you to connect up to 30 of your devices like Smart TVs, laptops, gaming consoles, Google and Amazon WiFi devices. (These devices do not need to be 5G enabled as the signal from the router is standard WiFi).
This new 5G home hub also offers two Ethernet ports for ‘hardwiring’ devices directly to the router for the very fastest speeds as well as connections for an external antenna should you want to bolster your signal even further.
Compared with Three’s previous Huawei 5G CPE Home Hub, this new ZTE router is faster over both 4G and 5G networks.
EE 4G BT Home Router
Delivered through 4GEE on the UK’s fastest network, you can get average speeds of 31Mb/s in some places, that’s faster than standard fibre broadband.
There’s no need to wait for engineering work and it’s quick and simple to set up. Just plug in and connect. Set it near to your TV or laptop and there are two ethernet ports to plug them in for maximum EE broadband speed whilst the rest of the house connects via WiFi.
There are even screw holes on the back so you could wall mount the router in the most convenient spot in your house.
The BT 4G Home Router on EE provides WiFi throughout your home with a 30 meter signal from the hub, you can connect up to 32 devices keeping everyone happy and connected in your household.
EE 5G Smart Home Hub
Experience the 5GEE Home Router 2021 today – a powerful and stylish household router.
This 5G router provides EE’s fastest 4G and 5G broadband speeds.
With EE’s 5G broadband Smart Hub you could get average speeds of 150 Mb/s (capable of up to 4.67Gbps) which makes it perfect for gaming, streaming and downloading in Ultra HD and 4K.
Existing customers get a 20GB data boost for their EE pay monthly mobile too, so you never have to worry about running out when you’re not at home.
The EE 5G Home Hub includes two Local Area Network (ethernet) ports for improved connectivity as well as 2 external antenna ports to bring outside signal indoors.
It produces WiFi around your home up to 30 meters away and allows you to connect up to 64 devices, you can keep the whole home connected.