There is a caveat, but the short answer is yes.
With Broadband Go you benefit from multi-network coverage across the UK and Europe, which means it’s not easy to find a location where you can’t pick up a good network signal and get online when using our SIM’s.
The configuration of the SIM’s are such that there is no network steerage, which means they are not programmed to favour one particular network over another. The benefit of no network steerage means that the SIM will pick up the most suitable network in which ever area you are in and so it’s ideal for touring round different locations.
The caveat comes with a limitation faced not by the SIM card, but by all network accessible devices and routers, whereby they are inclined to “stick” on the most recent network where a good connection was previously established.
This limitation doesn’t tend to present an issue when, for example travelling in a motorhome or caravan from campsite A to campsite B. If the network that was established at campsite A is not suitable at campsite B and the router has not automatically switched networks as expected, then the router can be re-booted or forced to manually switch to a better network, problem solved! The relevant help article for manual network selection is below:
The process of manually switching between networks on “any” router while driving is not practical or advisable if you are the sole individual in the vehicle, however a passenger could manually switch networks if necessary and they are able to assist.
Depending on the variables listed in this article, consistent high quality internet coverage without any disruption to service could pose a problem in some circumstances, including while on the move or driving.
The recommendation of Broadband Go is that our SIM’s are used for what they are designed to do, which is to provide a high quality and consistent internet connection when at any given location (for example, point A or point B). The journey in between is likely to be without fault, but we cannot guarantee this will be the case, due to device limitations.