06-02-2017 01:10 PM
06-02-2017 01:22 PM
06-02-2017 01:39 PM - edited 06-02-2017 01:42 PM
You mean 10GB?
And €5 for a SIM assuming you don't want to buy a phone from them?
Edit: and Tesco don't do 4G according to their website:
07-02-2017 12:10 AM - edited 07-02-2017 12:20 AM
I don't see how that screenshot indicates that you have 4G.
H+ is capable of those speeds and it's not 4G.
Maybe you can clarify why you think that you're getting 4G?
My understanding is that 48 simply don't support 4G/LTE at the moment so I can't see how you would be getting it.
Hope this helps.
Edit: sorry I now see that the screenshot shows a 4G icon.
That's very odd and doesn't make sense to me.
I must ask 48 support and report back.
I wonder if it's possible for a phone to misreport the data mode?
07-02-2017 12:33 PM - edited 07-02-2017 12:34 PM
What does it say under Settings > About phone > Status (or similar - sometimes the specific menu path is different depending on the OS version)?
What make and model of phone and operating system version is it?
08-02-2017 07:27 AM
OK, so it looks like the signal type icon for 4G in the status bar is probably wrong and you are getting H/H+ after all.
I asked 48 support and they said there's absolutely no way that you could actually be getting 4G on 48 as they simply don't support/provide it.
What make and model of phone is it?
08-02-2017 04:19 PM
Sorry - I overlooked the fact that you said that you have an LG G3.
I can't see any evidence of any LG G3 or Android Marshmallow bug whereby they show 4G when actually on H/H+ but I can only assume that this is the case here and somehow it's showing 4G when it's not actually on 4G.