What frequency does 3 use for 4G?

1800MHz. The 1800MHz (aka 1.8GHz) band is also used by Three for 4G and is the highest frequency band that Three uses for 4G. As such, it emphasises both the strengths and weaknesses of the 1400MHz band – being available in high capacities but being shorter range and worse at passing through objects.

What mast does 3 use?

Three uses the 800MHz, 1400MHz and 1800MHz bands for 4G. The 800MHz band can travel over long distances, making it a good fit for rural locations, where masts are often spread far apart….Network frequencies.

Frequency Frequency Band Network
800MHz Band 20 4G
1400MHz Band 32 4G
1800MHz Band 3 4G
2100MHz Band 1 3G

What frequency is 3G?

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2G, 3G, 4G Frequency Bands in the US
S.N Cellular Technology in US Frequency bands in US
2 CDMA (2G, 3G) 800 MHz, 1900 MHz
3 WCDMA (3G) 850 MHz, 1900 MHz, 2100 MHz
4 4G LTE 600 MHz (B71)

What signal does 3 use?

Whether you join Three on a pay monthly SIM or phone contract or on pay as you go, you’ll get access to their brilliant 5G network. It’s free to access and will work so long as you have a 5G-ready phone. Their 5G network is one of the best things about being on Three vs being on any other network.

What band is 4G in UK?

A number of frequency bands are used for 4G LTE in the UK. There’s the 800MHz band, the 1400MHz / 1.4GHz band, the 1800MHz / 1.8GHz band, the 2100MHz / 2.6GHz band, the 2300MHz / 2.3GHz band, and the 2600MHz / 2.6GHz band. This wasn’t always the case. Originally only three bands were used for 4G in the UK.

What is 3 like as a network?

Network coverage Three’s 4G coverage covers 99.8% of the UK population with 2G, 3G and 4G. Three is slowly rolling out its 5G network and claims that it will be the fastest in the UK. All Three’s SIMs are 5G-ready and pretty much any new phone you fancy will also now be 5G-ready.

How many GHz is 3G?

3G works at frequencies up to 2.1Gigahertz, 4G up to 2.5Gigahertz and 5G can be up to 95 Gigahertz.