Mobile Broadband Providers

Companies offering broadband services over 4G and/or 3G mobile phone networks

Find out more about each of the broadband suppliers. Simply click a logo below and we'll tell you the features they provide and all the different types of deals they offer.

EE

EE Mobile

EE is the newest brand in the mobile broadband marketplace, but is in fact made up of two longstanding providers in Orange and TalkTalk. Most notably EE were the first UK provider to roll out 4G services which offer speeds up to 40Mbps.

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O2

O2 Mobile

One of the biggest mobile phone companies in the UK, O2 have a long tradition of innovation and were one of the first providers to offer free laptops with mobile broadband contracts. A range of contract and pay as you go deals are available as well as access to over 6000 Wi-Fi hotspots around the country.

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Three Mobile

Three Mobile

Three are one of the newer of the mobile providers in the UK, but this hasn't stopped them attracting and keeping customers in large numbers. One of the pioneers of mobile broadband their keen pricing helped force the other providers into being much more competitive on price when than might otherwise have been.

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Virgin Media

Virgin Mobile Broadband

Virgin's mobile broadband service means they are one of the few providers who can boast a TV service, Landline phone, broadband and mobile broadband service. Virgin don't own their own network but instead lease services from EE. Still their prices and levels are service mean they demand attention.

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Vodafone

Vodafone Mobile Broadband

Vodafone are the second largest mobile communications provider in the world (only China Mobile beats them) so it's no surprise that they offer mobile broadband in their home country. They offer a range of contracts from pay as you go up to 18 months.

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