Three targets gamers with 5G home broadband and CoD Modern Warfare activity

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Three and Activision have announced a new partnership that will see Three’s 5G home broadband deliver an ‘optimum’ online experience for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

The game, a reboot of the hugely popular Modern Warfare series of shooters, arrives on October 25th. 

Gamers using Three’s 5G home broadband will get plug-and-play access to online gaming.

To celebrate the partnership, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Beta codes have been released to Three customers via its wuntu rewards app, available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC players.

Three customers will also have access to a bonus in-game item, a jet-themed weapon charm.

A 5G connection is a step change in what people have been accustomed to from a mobile connection to date and it paves the way for a whole new level of gaming and livestreaming.

It aims to eliminate stuttering, freezing and slow loading bars that slower internet connection speeds can result in. 5G home broadband is a bit of a step-change from the wired broadband that is currently commonplace in homes across the UK – and later on public 5G could change how we play while out and about.

This partnership cements Three’s continued expansion of its 5G home broadband service – the first stage in building what it claims is the UK’s fastest 5G network.

The home 5G package costs £35 per month and includes unlimited data.

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Shadi Halliwell, chief marketing officer at Three, said: “Ultra-fast speeds are a priority for seamless streaming of entertainment especially gaming. 

“The combination of our superior 5G network that comes at no extra cost, our truly unlimited data plan and this fantastic partnership with Activision, means gamers can play the world’s most popular game without boundaries and simply concentrate on their chosen mission.”

Lee Godfrey, Call of Duty UK Senior Brand Manager at Activision, said: “Three’s customers will benefit from the vast 5G capacity, reliability and speeds that only Three has access to, due to the amount of spectrum (airwaves) it owns. Three is the only UK network that has 100MHz of contiguous spectrum that supports ultrafast speeds and enables a better customer experience of the power and potential of 5G.”

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