I've tested it for 15 minutes on Netflix to a non-smart TV using Chromecast from a "non-mobile" iPad getting its signal from either of my Three links and it was OK. But you need to have a decent 4G signal of course. YouTube clips that people and other sites link to all run OK wireless for me on my laptop.
You can test Three signal strength and even a few minutes streaming by getting a £1 3-2-1 SIM from a papershop and sticking £5 (or £10) on it before you decide if it will work well enough for you. Those give you 1p per MB.
Also of course, where you have the phone or HomeFi router in the house can make a big difference to the incoming signal.
I was OK with just the phone as long as I had it on regular battery charging, but of course that meant/means the house hasn't got broadband when I'm out, so when I got a security camera uploading 24/7 to the cloud (3GB per day) I got the HomeFi.
There are a lot of people using the Three stuff in this forum
, where of you set it to show you the last 6 months you'll find quite a long thread of mine that started the rush!
You can ask people there as well, I suggest?
My broadband basic info/help site - www.robertos.me.uk.
Domains, site and mail hosting - Tsohost
Connection - Three 4G, tbb tests normally 35-45Mpbs down, 65Mbps off-peak, 9-24 up. BQM
If you never think of anything off the wall, you'll never think of anything original.
Edited by RobertoS (Thu 30-May-19 12:58:33)