This is my first post so go easy on me, lol.
Moved to BT Full Fibre a few months ago from VM. New service has been fantastic, zero complaints at all.
My home network is fairly complicated with a PfSense VM, Unifi APs, multiple VLANs and VPNs. As part of this setup I have a 4G modem that handles failover should my main WAN go down (Not yet happened with BT 🙂 ) The problem is that I grudge paying £15 per month for an unlimited data sim that gets used very rarely.
So, the question is, does BT provide a 4G SIM as part of my service at all? I had a search and couldn't find anything related. Seems like this would be something that most ISPs would provide.
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Like @Keith_Beddoe mentioned the Halo plans come with a keep connected promise but you can also add the hybrid as an addon for £7 per month to other broadband plans.
That looks like you'd have to use BTs kit though. Not exactly what I'm after, and again, not really worth the monthly extra for something that will rarely get used.
Thanks anyways though 🙂