Sale of used phones could fund move to 'best mobile broadband provider'
20 July 2010 — 3:50 PM
The mobile network Three has taken the crown of the UK's best mobile broadband provider - which could lead those who rely on their handset to browse the web to sell their used phones and sign up to the company.
According to the results of the latest YouGov survey, the network came top in ten of the 12 categories relating to mobile broadband.
Three is already the owner of the country's biggest 3G network, meaning it may now be considered by some to be the undisputed best for mobile internet.
Commenting, the company's director of mobile broadband Joe Parker says: "It shows that what customers value most when it comes to mobile broadband are reliability, speed, coverage, ease of use and great pricing areas where we excel."
Respondents to the survey rated the network as best for connection speed, reliability, quality of service, ease of use and billing.
As of July 8th, Three had 5.8 million customers within the UK.
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