Dont know why im getting good speeds like this. Thid is Vodafone max plan sim in Huawei B535.Are you still on 3? Thats one of the weirdest band selections I've ever seen. Three use B1, B3, B20 and B32 SDL.
For Vodafone its B1, B3, B7, B20, B32 SDL
For EE: B1, B3, B7, B20
For O2: B1, B3, B20, B40
What bands you select don't really impact speed unless it's an EXTREMELY dense area. By the looks of it half the bands you've selected don't do 4G/aren't broadcasting at all.Youll only be using B1, B3 and B7. I would say if you want the least congested, select B1, B20, B32.Dont know why im getting good speeds like this. Thid is Vodafone max plan sim in Huawei B535.
What Bands shall I select to get maximum speeds from Vodafone.
I just set to auto as its giving good speeds you really do have to play around with it.Look like Bands 1,7 and 20
There backhaul and Network capacity very good during peak times.OK, I'm starting to warm up to the ZTE MF286D now.... getting some nice speeds for something thats just sitting on my desk next to PC showing 3/5 bars of signal.
Did I mention I've done a bit of online gaming with it too....
I don't think Vodafone does anymore than any other network does to be fair @zakir1988 , they just have a better way of showing what they're up to on a daily basis.There backhaul and Network capacity very good during peak times.
I complained to vodafone few months ago they fixed the signal issue as I said and now they keep doing maintenance work Just to let you know that additional maintenance is scheduled with our mobile network in E35LW on 24/08/2021.
Which is great news they listened to me after many complaints unlike Three Network.
You should be treated fairly and like a real customer not just adding numbers to the network to increase profits.
In general you would want to be with a network that is giving better speeds that fits your budget in your area as you know if your intended use is for broadband.I don't think Vodafone does anymore than any other network does to be fair @zakir1988 , they just have a better way of showing what they're up to on a daily basis.
Network maintenance with Vodafone don't mean a fat, there is always maintenance flags up across the network in their areas on a daily basis. It just means something maybe being changed somewhere.
Capacity is something that's easy to maintain once in place, the reality with Vodafone is that they aren't a network designed for Broadband and this shows sometimes.
Yeah the shortages are causing issues for sure, I've just orders a 5G hub from Three.In general you would want to be with a network that is giving better speeds that fits your budget in your area as you know if your intended use is for broadband.
What ever there doing Im happy to stick with Vodafone.
My goal is to stick with Vodafone buy a 5G router just pop the sim only.
Cause of chip stotages we wont see any new 5G routers out in the market untill next year.
Still no news of Asus Predator Connect X5 5G CPE which they announced a while back, no new announcement by Huawei for a new 5G router yet hoping it will be Cpe pro 3 .
Only available one to buy is D-Link DWR-2101 AX1800 Portable WiFi 6 5G WiFi Router.
Their website has updated to show 5G is available on all packagesJust received this by email from Lebara -
Dear customer, Good news! You’re one of our first customers to have 5G service enabled on your SIM, at no extra cost. 5G is around 10 times faster than 4G and works at average speeds of 150-200Mbps. This means a faster, better quality mobile data experience for you. To be able to use 5G, you must have a compatible handset and be in a 5G coverage area. Click here to view network coverage. Visit our website for more information on 5G.