on 11-07-2018 10:18 PM
on 11-07-2018 11:07 PM
on 12-07-2018 10:01 AM
Thanks Nado. I'll need to look into this further for you. Can you PM your details to me? 👉 your number, name, address and date of birth?
on 16-11-2018 01:28 AM
I have the same problem. I am in Dun Laoghaire. Just signed the contract two days ago.
Last night I was so frustrated! Tonight almost ready to give this back soon within the
"cooling off" period.
This should be a broadband. broad means wide, not narrow.
A router worth 150 EU to have at dinner time half megabit and after dinner when and if I'm "lucky" maybe two megabit per second ??
And this is sold as LTE speed ? I had LTE before in UK and even here now on phone I have another carrier, but I was looking for a big amount of data per month, therefore I chose Three.ie.
But I am disappointed.
I really want to say, this is not a bad signal issue. It is a capacity issue.
I had 4 out of 5 bars yesterday, and then I moved tonight the AP near the window and reached 5/5 bar LTE.
Please observe as connectivity is fading under peak hours.
Below tests made yesterday evening and tonight in different times, when at home:
14/11 20:52 Down: 0,25 Up: 4,20 - 4 bar signal
15/11 06:35 Down: 11,8 Up: 11,5 - 4 bar signal
15/11 06:47 Down: 12,9 Up: 12,5 - 4 bar signal
15/11 18:46 Down: 0,49 Up: 2,63 - 4 bar signal
15/11 20:24 Down: 1.46 Up: 6,09 - 5 bar signal, moved near window
15/11 20:29 Down: 1.65 Up: 7,00 - 5 bar signal, moved near window
15/11 00:24 Down: 4.91 Up: 12,3 - 5 bar signal, moved near window
15/11 00:49 Down: 6.13 Up: 14,2 - 5 bar signal, moved near window
Using the carrier (non Three) that I have in my mobile phone, same position, got 34.1 Mbit in Download and 18.9 in Upload.
Honestly I don't think it is a device issue.
Carrier should ensure/guarantee minimum level of service. And broadband nowadays can't be 1 Mbit/s. Neither 2 or three. You speak "broadband". Should be so.
on 17-11-2018 05:51 PM
Seems to drop at the evening time, could be down to traffic in the area using 4G. Mobile broadband is very handy for lots of reasons which is why I have it but I feel the lag in the evening as well. Nothing can really be done about it bar building another mast nearby to route some traffic there but it's not fibre so you're counting on a wireless signal which can easily get blocked. Have you checked where you're mast actually is and the direction? you could find that out and then move your router to face that direction? 3G during the popular times?
on 19-11-2018 09:05 AM
on 19-11-2018 12:16 PM
on 20-11-2018 11:35 AM
on 20-11-2018 08:20 PM
I wrote with PM to three three representatives.
I'm absolutely not happy.
If I bring in Cherriwood at work this, it is working well, but at home absolutely not.
Tonight again a poor Speedtest