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No battery require. It Power from a USB Port. No need to press button to turn it on. It switch on automatically soon as you turn on your ignition. It come with USB to Car 12V adapter. It come with a 2GB pre-loaded pay as you go sim card. You can even use this at home or office!

Amazon selling these for £48.99.

also if you happen to have one of these free 100GB EE sim cards then you can use this with it.
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Amazing English in the OP. Really stellar.

No battery require. It Power from a USB Port. No need to press button to turn it on. It switch on automatically soon as you turn on your ignition. It come with USB to Car 12V adapter. It come with a 2GB pre-loaded pay as you go sim card.

I couldn't help but read this in a caveman accent! Gave me a good chuckle. Deal seems decent though ;)

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1 Like #1
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
#2
That's a really good price if 4G MiFi device. I wonder what OEM device it is based on, perhaps it can be unlocked/reflashed?
2 Likes #3
why not just use your mobile?
#4
Buzzard 2 was just released so price drop inevitable.
#5
Doh pressed cold when i wanted to press hot, sorry :(
1 Like #6
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)
#7
Adrian7
That's a really good price if 4G MiFi device. I wonder what OEM device it is based on, perhaps it can be unlocked/reflashed?

Adrian7
That's a really good price if 4G MiFi device. I wonder what OEM device it is based on, perhaps it can be unlocked/reflashed?


huawei e8231
#8
sawfinger
Adrian7
That's a really good price if 4G MiFi device. I wonder what OEM device it is based on, perhaps it can be unlocked/reflashed?
Adrian7
That's a really good price if 4G MiFi device. I wonder what OEM device it is based on, perhaps it can be unlocked/reflashed?

huawei e8231

Sure? huawei e8231 seems to be 3G.
My guess is Buzzard is Huawei E8278
3 Likes #9
justme33
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)
If you have a decent mobile phone, you can tether the devices to it. So your kids can connect to the internet via your phone.
So there isn't any point to this, apart from carrying more crap!

Edited By: leeparsons on Dec 01, 2014 05:04
#10
justme33
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)

Agree great piece of kit and ideal for what you said.At this price worth it.
#11
leeparsons
justme33
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)
If you have a decent mobile phone, you can tether the devices to it. So your kids can connect to the internet via your phone.
So there isn't any point to this, apart from carrying more crap!


Saves phone battery.
#12
leeparsons
justme33
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)
If you have a decent mobile phone, you can tether the devices to it. So your kids can connect to the internet via your phone.
So there isn't any point to this, apart from carrying more crap!
well apart from the fact I have a crap phone as all I need to do is txt an talk....
#13
raj75
sawfinger
Adrian7
That's a really good price if 4G MiFi device. I wonder what OEM device it is based on, perhaps it can be unlocked/reflashed?
Adrian7
That's a really good price if 4G MiFi device. I wonder what OEM device it is based on, perhaps it can be unlocked/reflashed?

huawei e8231

Sure? huawei e8231 seems to be 3G.
My guess is Buzzard is Huawei E8278


maybe my bad
#14
justme33
leeparsons
justme33
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)
If you have a decent mobile phone, you can tether the devices to it. So your kids can connect to the internet via your phone.
So there isn't any point to this, apart from carrying more crap!
well apart from the fact I have a crap phone as all I need to do is txt an talk....
Time to upgrade and kill to birds with one stone. You can pick up some basic androids for about £20 upwards
#15
Would a different (non EE) sim work in this?
1 Like #16
neellik
leeparsons
justme33
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)
If you have a decent mobile phone, you can tether the devices to it. So your kids can connect to the internet via your phone.
So there isn't any point to this, apart from carrying more crap!
Saves phone battery.

So...why not plug phone in instead of this?
Only reason I think this could be useful is if someone has a crap data plan and there main use is for kids on long journeys then they could have a separate data SIM for these occasions.

Might work out worthwhile
#18
Could this just be used as a 4g dongle, say for a laptop? Should be fine shouldn't it?
#19
drnkbeer
Could this just be used as a 4g dongle, say for a laptop? Should be fine shouldn't it?

Yep bought like 6 from Argos last month during sale to stick on fleabay and i used one in the house to test it and there pretty good
#20
AStonedRaichu
drnkbeer
Could this just be used as a 4g dongle, say for a laptop? Should be fine shouldn't it?

Yep bought like 6 from Argos last month during sale to stick on fleabay and i used one in the house to test it and there pretty good

Where ? ;)
#21
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leeparsons
justme33
leeparsons
justme33
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)
If you have a decent mobile phone, you can tether the devices to it. So your kids can connect to the internet via your phone.
So there isn't any point to this, apart from carrying more crap!
well apart from the fact I have a crap phone as all I need to do is txt an talk....
Time to upgrade and kill to birds with one stone. You can pick up some basic androids for about £20 upwards

Never knew I could tether my phones data to my sons iPod
Amaze balls
#22
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leeparsons
justme33
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)
If you have a decent mobile phone, you can tether the devices to it. So your kids can connect to the internet via your phone.
So there isn't any point to this, apart from carrying more crap!

Not all networks/plans allow you to tether. As is they're not conning you enough...
#23
Only really need if your phone doesnt support 4G and tethering.

Also downside it 2GB on 4G disappears like pulling the plug out of a sink of water. Its pretty much pointless if you start doing anything like youtube etc... Its gone in no time.
7 Likes #24
Amazing English in the OP. Really stellar.

No battery require. It Power from a USB Port. No need to press button to turn it on. It switch on automatically soon as you turn on your ignition. It come with USB to Car 12V adapter. It come with a 2GB pre-loaded pay as you go sim card.

I couldn't help but read this in a caveman accent! Gave me a good chuckle. Deal seems decent though ;)
#25
What would be smart is if EE started to give this with free 1 or 2 GB included in their home broad band packages!
#26
dolly1001
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leeparsons
justme33
leeparsons
justme33
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)
If you have a decent mobile phone, you can tether the devices to it. So your kids can connect to the internet via your phone.
So there isn't any point to this, apart from carrying more crap!
well apart from the fact I have a crap phone as all I need to do is txt an talk....
Time to upgrade and kill to birds with one stone. You can pick up some basic androids for about £20 upwards
Never knew I could tether my phones data to my sons iPod
Amaze balls
Sorry im not a sheep, and I dont follow the flock of apple fanboys. So i couldn't tell you, if apple allows you to tether 100% or not. But, i wouldn't see apple falling so short of the mark, to allow the competitors have this feature, and them not!
#27
leeparsons
justme33
leeparsons
This is cold, because we only use mobiles devices in cars, when we are wardriving. So why the ****, do we want to pay for it?
good if you've got kids who want to use their IPads etc on long journeys ;)
If you have a decent mobile phone, you can tether the devices to it. So your kids can connect to the internet via your phone.
So there isn't any point to this, apart from carrying more crap!
not all tariffs allow tethering.
#28
_deej
Only really need if your phone doesnt support 4G and tethering.

Also downside it 2GB on 4G disappears like pulling the plug out of a sink of water. Its pretty much pointless if you start doing anything like youtube etc... Its gone in no time.
I guess this true, from the information i have read about. Then, i am not a big mobile fan.
#29
I'll stick with unlimited tethering via android
#30
If you could get a bigger allowance sim in it, could be excellent for streaming music via your car's bluetooth if your phone doesn't have a big allowance or you don't want to use it.
#31
3 MiFi is same price and better
#32
No one has mentioned EE's data plans that go with these wifi dongles. Expiring data if you don't use it up no doubt. But a hot deal if you want EE 4G data anyway and could be used at home.
#33
3 MiFi is same price and better Link please thanks :-)
#34
Is this better than 56k dial up ?
#35
Is this better than 56k dial up ?
#36
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jimbobthe3rd
What would be smart is if EE started to give this with free 1 or 2 GB included in their home broad band packages!


That would be awesome; although EE broadband is just branded as EE, it's nothing to do with them.

If they offered a few GB for free on top of broadband per month I would stick with them. I hAve about 6 months left and am planning on running to BT.
#37
OK. Bought one. How one earth do you access the content on the SD card?
#38
SD card? lol
#39
Stewieb
3 MiFi is same price and better Link please thanks :-)

Google
#40
FTOdude170
SD card? lol

Why lol? Never found sd cards /that/ funny before! :-)

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