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6G Internet Reviews

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6G Internet supplies the fastest internet connection in Europe! With speeds of 10-300mbps, 6G is revolutionising the way you're connected online. It uses radio-based wireless technology, bypassing the old copper wiring that has plagued traditional providers with stability and speed issues.

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6G Internet Reviews

6G Internet

A++++ Service from 6G Internet

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6G Internet

Coming from broadband internet, this technology is far superior. Have recommended it to many people.

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6G Internet

Took a while to install but happy with the results.

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We have been with 6G for a while now and it is much faster than our old broadband.

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6G Internet

Great service, happy customer

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Living in flats I did not think we could get fast internet but 6G made it possible - good stuff.

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The best thing I found about 6G is that pages seem to load in the blink of an eye, how far have we come since dial-up!

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Faster than fibre at my old house, very pleased.

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6G Internet

Brilliantly fast speeds

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My friend told me about 6G now we team up and thrash world of tanks

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We found 6G after we moved house and found we couldn't get fibre any more, we didn't expect it to be so much faster.

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The support team were very effective in helping to fix my connection problem.

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6G internet is so much better that my old broadband, great for gaming.

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Great service, haven't needed customer support. My partner can't believe the speeds we are getting now.

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Good speeds, much better than normal broadband. We have no fibre here so 6G is a godsend

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The installation guys were really friendly and stayed back to get a technophobe like me online and my laptop, tablet and phone set up on the wifi. Thank you.

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6G Internet

"Air Fibre" is an alien concept to me, I've literally no idea how this works, but work it does. Living in a small village in the Ribble Valley we've a long wait to get BT infinity so we decided to try 6G and we're happy with getting 40 meg speeds. Live chat is good too for customer service.

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6G are a non traditional UK ISP that offers various different fibre equivalent products using their own "Air Fibre" broadband network. When looking at ISP's we always pay attention to internet speed, monthly package costs and general internet reliability. With traditional internet service providers it is generally easy to compare like for like, however 6G are different in that they don't use the Openreach network to provide internet services so this direct comparison becomes more difficult.
 
Before we get to that though there are some differentiators that are worth discussion and consideration. Firstly and perhaps most importantly, with 6G being "Air Fibre" this negates the need for a telephone line for the broadband to run on. So if like many people in the UK your phone line is only used to provide broadband connectivity then you could easily save yourself the £15-£19 telephone providers charge monthly for line rental. This in itself is a major plus point for many consumers who use inclusive mobile minutes for calls and the phone line just for broadband.
Secondly, streaming (Netflix, Amazon Prime TV for example) and gaming works excellently with 6G due to a very low latency (the amount of time it takes for a packet of data to leave you and arrive at it's destination), this is because your internet is working without the need for copper network cables which are known to be poorly suited to passing high frequency data. If you've suffered buffering whilst watching television or lagging whilst online gaming then you'll appreciate the ultra low latency on offer here.
 
6G offers a number of different flavours of internet packages, both with and without line rental. It's worth noting here that "with line rental" essentially means that you'll be running a SIP telephone service through your broadband connection. There are a number of pro's and con's about SIP on the web, but what's not in doubt is that it is a much more cost effective way of being able to make telephone calls, especially when you factor in that you don't need to pay the £15-£19 line rental, plus call charges are much lower. We've picked some of the more enticing offers that 6G have (*correct as of 14/09/2016, check the 6G website for current offers):
 
 
The internet speeds and the reliability of those speeds are some of the factors that impressed us the most on the 6G connection. Congestion at peak times we’re used to seeing was not apparent with no slow down at peaks. As this network continues to add subscribers this is worth keeping a track of though. 
 
The installation of the receiver & router is handled by 6G themselves, a team of 2 people came to the house and had fitted the receiver and router within 80 minutes and had everything connected straight away thereafter. The router is self branded and offers singleband 2.4Gz wifi connectivity.
 
To recap:
 
We would have no hesitation in recommending 6G internet to customers who:
 
Don’t require a telephone line
Cannot receive traditional fibre
Require high speeds in non Virgin areas
Stream TV regularly
Online Gaming due to the low latency on offer
  • Samuel Brown
    20-Dec-2013
    I’d been looking to change my broadband provider for a while because it’s fairly rural where we live and the speeds we were getting previously were very slow. I spoke to a number of companies before someone recommended 6G. I ordered 6G’s 40Mbps package at the end of October and was connected in November 2013 I was very happy with all aspects of the sale and the installation. There are two active users in my house myself and my partner. We mainly use broadband for web browsing but also for gaming too. I download quite a lot of games which I play on my PC. Initially, I was concerned from a gaming perspective that you might lose the signal from time to time but that hasn’t been the case at all. With our previous provider we were lucky if we got 2Mbps. The download and upload speeds we are getting now with 6G are much faster than what we had before and it’s cheaper too. The other day I downloaded a 24G file whilst playing on a game and having a voice conversation over the internet. At the same time my partner was streaming a HD film on another device in the house. It simply wouldn’t have been possible to do all of that at the same time with my previous provider using a landline connection. It’s fantastic and I’ve already recommended 6G to quite a few people. Samuel Brown
  • PeterWebster
    27-Feb-2014
    We signed up for the 20mb package and we’ve been really pleased with the service. I’ve got four kids who all have tablets of some description and they are often on the internet at the same time. On top of that my wife and I also use Wifi on our mobiles, and we also have a Now TV box for streaming iPlayer. There are times when we all use the internet simultaneously and it still manages to do everything without any issues. That simply wouldn’t have been possible with our previous provider, which was so bad it often used to go off if you were using the landline.
 
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