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Testing/Discussion: Vodafone 5G & 4G - Inc. Voxi, Lebara

Bubblesthefish6

ULTIMATE Member
I know it's not really related to this but this photo has Voda and Lebara in so should suffice 🤞
Looks like I'm starting a bit of a collection, hope they don't think I'm up to anything 😆
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Bubblesthefish6

ULTIMATE Member
I have 7 in front of me now, I've burned through many many more that ammount in recent history too.
Oh same.... in my house at this moment in time there is:
2x BT Mobile
2x Lebara
1x Vodafone eSIM
1x Vodafone SIM
3x 3 SIMs
1x Lycamobile
1x Now. PayG
2x ToTheMoon
1x EE
1x ASDA Mobile (Defunct)
2x giffgaff (Defunct; old phones)
 

CarlO1460

Top Member
Along with a giffgaff in the spare huawei and a voxi in my current 😅

Also a brand new unopened O2 sim that I’ve not used - came with my new phone and I don’t intend to use it at all and pay the handset off within 6 months.
 
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Bubblesthefish6

ULTIMATE Member
A box! Nice, I just keep mine on my shelf and hope and pray to God I don't knock them off by accident if im not using them😆
 

Bubblesthefish6

ULTIMATE Member
At least I know if I wanted to use any network there I just need to order a new sim 😂
They’re all just test sims anyway, nothing useful.
Lmao, there’s a reason I scribbled out the numbers on mine and thats cos there was two contract sims there🤣
 

Bubblesthefish6

ULTIMATE Member
Whoa, didn't know we had a SIM nazi around!..
Nah, I would only deactivate mobilefreaks because he permantly roams and ngl can be a bit annoying and doesn’t listen to what we tell him
 

Lucian

ULTIMATE Member
Got this on Lebara in Edmonton (London) yesterday. 145/45, not too shaby but no match for your result.
 

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jbennett360

Pro Member
I'm on the east side of the country - East Yorkshire - noticed that VF 5G coverage is starting to take shape here. Running a Voxi sim alongside my current EE one (Which is about to run out) and I'm tempted to make the switch to VF.

5G Speeds of around 250mb/s on a good day and around 100/150mb/ on an average day.

Signal seems better for me too. B1 on VF, B3/B7 on EE. Around 700m from the masts.
 
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