I'm aware that EE offer 4GEE standard (av. d/l of 12-15Mbit/s) and 4GEE extra (av. d/l of 24-30Mbit/s) although According to EE, the peak download speeds are 30Mbit/s on their standard 4G service and 60Mbit/s on their new double-speed 4G service.
What speed is BT limited to with their MVNO SIMO plans?
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Thanks for posting. Our maximum is 30mbps download and 15mbps upload.
When I use one of the speed check services I consistently get between 30 and 40 download and almost 15 upload with BT Mobile. It has been pretty consistant as well.
Very much doubt BT purchase of EE will be this year - next summer maybe
Is this still the case please, regarding 4G speed? Well it ever be increased to match what EE have?
This is old I know but no it's not the same. I have been getting 30/30 since I joined in November 2015 and now with the extra 4G I get 60/40 in my area.
But be careful BT business charge £.50 per Mb over your data limit which equates to:
30Mbps is 3.75Mb per second, so 1 hour would be 13500Mb, which if charged at 50p per Mb works out at £6750 per hour.
We had better hope they don't increase speeds to 60Mbps at these rates