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It costs nothing more to download a megabyte on 4G than it does on 3G. But 4G is made for tasks that require loads more data.
The early days of 3G mostly meant you could send emails on your Blackberry – something that really doesn't require a lot of data. 4G, on the other hand, is built to handle Facebook, web browsing, YouTube, Spotify, Netflix and all the things that use a lot of data.
So to get the most out of 4G, you'll need a plan that provides plenty of data. A standard 1GB plan will give you:
But it won't give you all of those things every month – it's an either/or situation, so divide your data up wisely.
Of course, you can get affordable contracts with a 5-10GB monthly limit, as well as unlimited data contracts. This is perfect if you want to spend a lot of time streaming while you're away from a Wi-Fi connection. Find out here more about our best data plans.
4G is now available to around 90% of the UK, though is offered most extensively in England – with some rural areas of Wales and Scotland still receiving mixed coverage. The strength of your 4G signal will also tend to vary depending upon whether you’re out in the sticks or in the middle of a city, with urban areas generally receiving more consistent coverage.
You can check if 4G is available in your area with our 4g Coverage Checker map – it will show you the average speeds across the major networks where you live.