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Apple iPad Pro 11 5G 2021
Apple iPad Pro 11 5G 2021

From £31.50 a month

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 5G 2021
Apple iPad Pro 12.9 5G 2021

From £35.00 a month

Lenovo Smart Tab M10 HD
Lenovo Smart Tab M10 HD

From £11.00 a month

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G

From £26.00 a month

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Plus
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

From £36.00 a month

Samsung Galaxy Book 4G
Samsung Galaxy Book 4G

From £20.50 a month

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

From £66.00 a month

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite

From £9.00 a month

Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 10.4
Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 10.4

From £19.00 a month

Frequently asked questions

Which tablets on Three are 5G-ready?

While there aren’t as many 5G tablets as there are 5G phones, there’s still a fairly wide selection, and the best of them are available on Three.

ModelLaunch date
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 UltraApril 2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 PlusApril 2022
iPad Air 2022March 2022
iPad Mini 2021September 2021
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FEJune 2021
iPad Pro 2021May 2021

Which tablet plans on Three come with 5G?

Three offers 5G at no extra cost. It comes as standard on the network’s plans, so the only thing you need to worry about is making sure you buy a tablet that supports 5G.

What are the benefits of 5G?

Aside from everything else, 5G is of course far faster than 4G. That means you can download and upload things faster, and stream content in higher quality. It also offers lower latency, which can help make online games feel silky smooth.

So whether you want to stream Netflix in the highest quality without buffering, download 4K films and big games, or play competitively online, 5G is a serious upgrade on 4G, and makes all of that – and more – far more viable.

There’s plenty more to 5G though, so for a deeper look into the benefits, check out our what is 5G guide.

Why choose Three?

There are a lot of advantages to being on Three. For one thing, 5G comes as standard, so you won’t pay any extra for it. But beyond 5G, the network also stands out through offering competitively priced plans – including some with unlimited data.

Plus, you can tether at no extra cost, and you can access the Three+ app, which is packed full of discounts and offers from other brands.

What is the cheapest 5G tablet?

At the time of writing, the cheapest 5G tablet that you can get on Three is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE. This is a mid-range tablet with a big 12.4-inch screen.

Where is 5G coverage available?

At the time of writing, Three offers partial 5G coverage in over 300 locations, including (but not limited to):

Aberdeen, Abingdon-on-Thames, Aldershot, Balloch, Barrow-in-Furness, Basildon, Basingstoke, Bath, Bedford, Birkenhead, Birmingham, Blackburn, Blackpool, Borehamwood, Bournemouth, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Brookmans Park, Cannock, Cardiff / Caerdydd, Carlisle, Chatham, Chelmsford, Cheltenham, Clayton-le-Woods, Colchester, Coventry, Crawley, Cullingworth, Derby, Doncaster, Dundee, Durham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Gloucester, Gorebridge, Grimsby, Guildford, Heanor, Hedge End, Hemel Hempstead, Huddersfield, Inchinnan, Ipswich, Kingston upon Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Leyland, Liverpool, London, Lower Stondon, Luton, Maidenhead, Maidstone, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Milton Keynes, Motherwell, Neston, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newquay, Norwich, Nottingham, Nuneaton, Oxford, Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston, Reading, Redcar, Royston, Sheffield, Shelly Green, Slough, Southampton, St Albans, Stoke-on-Trent, Stratford-upon-Avon, Sunderland, Swadlincote, Swansea / Abertawe, Swindon, Westhoughton, Wickford, Wigan, Windsor, Wolverhampton, Worcester and York.

Coverage is improving all the time on Three too, so if you don’t have 5G where you are currently, there’s a good chance that you will soon. You can see Three’s 5G coverage here.

What 5G iPads are available?

The iPad Pro 11 2021iPad Pro 12.9 2021, iPad Air 2022 and iPad Mini 2021 all support 5G.

What else should I consider when choosing a 5G tablet and plan?

The first thing to consider is what you actually want from your tablet – other than 5G, and that starts with where and how you plan to use it.

Presumably, if you’re after 5G then you plan to take it out of your home. In which case a small or light tablet could be beneficial, so you can easily carry it around. But then again, a bigger screen can be better for enjoying content on.

Things like battery life and power are important considerations too, and you should weigh all that up against the price you want to pay.

As for the actual plan, the main thing to decide is how much data you want. If you plan to use 5G heavily then a high data allowance or even unlimited data would be a good idea, but if you expect to mostly make use of Wi-Fi then you might get by with a lower allowance.

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