Three launches cut-price 5G broadband bundle with Apple TV 4K

3 September 2020

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UK mobile operator Three has launched new 5G and 4G home broadband bundles featuring the Apple TV 4K digital media player.

Three’s 5G Hub with Apple TV 4K package gives you unlimited 5G home broadband and an Apple TV 4K - worth £179 on its own - on a 24 month contract for £34 per month and £29 up front. Alternatively, if you don’t live in a Three 5G area, you can also get the 4G Hub with Apple TV 4K package for £27 per month and £29 up front.

Time limited offer

These are strictly time-limited offers available until September 17. After that date, prices will increase to £36 per month for the 5G plan and £29 per month for the 4G plan. This represents a total saving of up to £48, and is only available to new customers.

Great download speeds

Three’s 5G home broadband offers download speeds of up to 200Mbps, which is almost three times the speed of BT’s Fibre 2 broadband service. What’s more, the mobile operator promises next day delivery for its plug and play broadband service, so you won’t be waiting around for weeks to get connected like you often do with traditional home broadband providers.

Free subscription

As part of both packages, you’ll also get a year’s free subscription to Apple TV+, which usually costs £4.99 per month. Apple’s video streaming service offers on demand original content, including TV shows like The Morning Show (featuring Jennifer Aniston) and movies like Greyhound (featuring Tom Hanks).

The Apple TV 4K box also offers access to all of your favourite video streaming services. Just download the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video through Apple’s peerless App Store, and you can stream all of your usual content at 4K HDR through the slick Apple TV interface.

In addition to video content, the Apple TV 4K enables access to thousands of high quality games. Hook up a Bluetooth controller, and you have yourself a classy games console that plays all your favourite mobile games on a much larger canvass.

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Technical Writer at 5G.co.uk

Jon has nine years experience of writing and editing copy for leading publications, as well as attending technology shows and events and conducting interviews. Currently working with 5G.co.uk, TechRadar, Trusted Reviews, T3, Digital Spy, What Mobile, Pocket Gamer, and The Gadget Show.

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