TP-LINK 3G/3.75G 2.4GHz Wireless Lite N Router + BullGuard Antivirus Software £19.99 @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Bargin price for a 3g compatible router, supports a huge list of usb dongles also.

Spec:
TP-LINKs TL-MR3220 3G/3.75G Wireless Lite N Router allows you to quickly set up a 150Mbps wireless network on-the-go and share a 3G/3.75G mobile connection. By connecting a UMTS/HSPA/EVDO USB card to the router, a Wi-Fi hotspot is instantly established allowing users to share an Internet connection anywhere 3G/3.75G coverage is available. So whether you're on the train, camping, or at a construction site, you'll have a reliable wireless connection to accommodate your networking needs.

- 3G Connectivity On-the-Go
- Exceptional wireless speed up to 150Mbps
- 3G/WAN Connection Back-up
- Compatible with Windows 7
- 3 Year Warranty

Always Connected
Nothing is more frustrating than losing your Internet connection in the middle of your work. To avoid such interruptions and provide our customers with an always-online connection, TP-LINK is introducing the TL-MR3220, a robust 3G/3.75G wireless N router with true 3G/WAN failover capability. You can set a primary link, 3G/3.75G or WAN (xDSL/Cable). TL-MR3220 switches to the secondary link when your primary service is interrupted. Once the service is restored, the router will automatically failback to the primary link–keeping your business online with the minimal interruption to users.

What's In The Box
3G/3.75G Wireless N Router TL-MR3220
RJ-45 Ethernet Cable
Quick Installation Guide
Resource CD
Power Adapter
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#1
nice find.
#2
By connecting a UMTS/HSPA/EVDO USB cardSo, does this mean you also need to have/buy a dongle? Any dongle (is every single type guaranteed to work) or does it have to be a particular model - the 7dayshop website is silent on the matter.
#3
pete_l
By connecting a UMTS/HSPA/EVDO USB cardSo, does this mean you also need to have/buy a dongle? Any dongle (is every single type guaranteed to work) or does it have to be a particular model - the 7dayshop website is silent on the matter.


Ah, UPDATE. The broadbandbuyer website (which also sells these, but at a regular price of £22.83) lists the compatible dongles
#4
How exactly do you use this on the train?

A mifi seems of more use to me. I suppose if you home is not in a landline area this may be of some use.
#5
GAVINLEWISHUKD
How exactly do you use this on the train?A mifi seems of more use to me. I suppose if you home is not in a landline area this may be of some use.


Personally, I can't be bothered to set up a landline for internet (since I'm planning to move soon), so this is good for me since there is 1 corner of my flat that has great reception, this will give me portability again.
#6
GAVINLEWISHUKD
How exactly do you use this on the train?

A mifi seems of more use to me. I suppose if you home is not in a landline area this may be of some use.


You're right it's no good on the train. It's good as a back up for internet access when giving a presentation/training away from the office, or as backup to land line broadband in a small office.
#7
This Router comes free with BullGuard Antivirus Software with a full 1 year licence worth £19.95. The software includes:
- Behavioural Detection
- Spamfilter
- Support
- Safe Browsing

NICE!
#8
These are great to put a whole network online if you're waiting for ADSL activation - which can be a few days - when moving offices.

The previous method was dailup!!
#9
#10
I forgot to mention, 60p back via quidco also :-)
#11
flopstocks
I forgot to mention, 60p back via quidco also :-)


Oops, oh well, thanks for the deal though, almost bought this from amazon last week for 26
#12
Can a sim card be popped directly in to these ?
#13
forcedv
Can a sim card be popped directly in to these ?

It would need an internal 3G modem for that, this product uses external USB 3G modems, so the answer is no.
#14
Just ordered one. Was gonna get a 3 MiFi but seeing that I already have a compatable Vodafone 3G dongle I may as well save £50+ and get the TP-Link.
#15
our office can only get 0.3mb adsl which is not only slow but unreliable. We have switched to a 3g router, granted more costly than this but it serves 15 users and we regularly get 1.5 - 2.3 mb on the 3 network, this would be good for anyone wanting to get their xbox etc online and do not have a landline
#16
lloydi200182
our office can only get 0.3mb adsl which is not only slow but unreliable. We have switched to a 3g router, granted more costly than this but it serves 15 users and we regularly get 1.5 - 2.3 mb on the 3 network, this would be good for anyone wanting to get their xbox etc online and do not have a landline

Latency will prob be a big issue with gaming through 3G

Edited By: tommyt on Dec 11, 2010 18:18
#17
that's cheap basic router, personally I invested for vigor draytec 2910 which is superb
#18
Thanks for a great post, I always use my broadband dongle in the office at a client site, and have recently lost one. Having a stationery place and signals allover the office will be great for me.
Just wondering if option 515m is supported?
#19
amazon have the TL-MR3420, with two wireless antennas for £28. (300mbps vs 150mbps)

I think I will pay £8 extra for the better wireless network coverage. Looks like the USB port could be upgraded with firmware to add network storage...
#20
TP link are one to watch. The Chinese dudes they send to the trade shows mean business!
#21
Having really struggled to get a reliable access point for my house, and tried many brands with no success, I tried a tplink one- brilliant and cheap. When my router packs up, it will be replaced by a tplink one.
#22
bingowings85
TP link are one to watch. The Chinese dudes they send to the trade shows mean business!


Glad to hear this, had my eye on the Huawei one, but couldn't get it at the right price, was sceptical about whether the tp-link would be good
#23
Surely this is spamming deal, OP is obviously from 7 day shop as a) newbie and B) the URL is tagged with analytics code!
#24
lloydi200182
our office can only get 0.3mb adsl which is not only slow but unreliable. We have switched to a 3g router, granted more costly than this but it serves 15 users and we regularly get 1.5 - 2.3 mb on the 3 network

How much are you paying per month?
#25
fdgsgdfgsdgdf
Surely this is spamming deal, OP is obviously from 7 day shop as a) newbie and B) the URL is tagged with analytics code!

What are you going on about? I've been a member for almost 3 years!



Edited By: flopstocks on Dec 13, 2010 13:32
#26
dcx_badass
Expired, this isn't actually a 3G router at all, it's just a wireless AP that can take a usb 3G modem.

Yes it is.

It's web page configuration allows you to set the APN, username, password and dial number. A non-3G router does not have these config options.
#27
Dead link?
#28
The link was working fine, but I assume they have sold out! Product seems to have gone from the website.
#29
Anyone received their's yet?
#30
I ordered mine on Saturday, but it's not showing as dispatched yet! Are 7dayshop normally pretty good?

Edited By: flopstocks on Dec 15, 2010 16:21
#31
Had an email from them to say it was in stock when I ordered but then after the money had been taken was then out of stock. Gave me two options, refund or wait for more stock to be in very soon. I'll give them till next week then cancel it.
#32
Mine is now showing order dispatched on 15-12-10, think I could be lucky enough to get one :)
#33
Received mine yesterday, my ZTE MF627 doesn't work on it for some reason, but my Huawei E160 works. Anyone else have a ZTE MF627 on this?
#34
RLP06
Received mine yesterday, my ZTE MF627 doesn't work on it for some reason, but my Huawei E160 works. Anyone else have a ZTE MF627 on this?

Still waiting for mine :(

Could try upgrading the firmware? Thats if it has an older version.

http://www.tp-link.com/en/support/downloadFiles.aspx?mid=0103030201&version=V1&pmodel=TL-MR3220
#35
Yeah, upgrade the firmware, but still no dice...
#36
RLP06
Yeah, upgrade the firmware, but still no dice...

Thats a bit poor when they say the device is supported :(

Edited By: flopstocks on Dec 20, 2010 14:43: Typing
#37
Ordered one from somewhere else, works beautifully with the O2 PAYG dongle; just manually entered the settings that O2 gave me.
#38
Mine arrived today, not had chance to try is yet though! For those who missed out Amazon have them now for £21.27

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0043GWGV8/ref=s9_simh_gw_p147_d0_i1?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-3&pf_rd_r=1J7JADHTSKJXGCT06P43&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=467128473&pf_rd_i=468294

Edited By: flopstocks on Dec 22, 2010 10:18
#39
RLP06
Received mine yesterday, my ZTE MF627 doesn't work on it for some reason, but my Huawei E160 works. Anyone else have a ZTE MF627 on this?

Mine works fine with a ZTE MF627 locked to 3. Maybe your dongle is faulty?
#40
Anyone know if this will work with the Option iCon 515m from Orange?

I'd rather use that than the Huawei E1752 as it's suposed to be better in weak signal areas - which is where I'll be using it.

TP-Link "tech support" have been useless just saying "Sorry that it is not in the compatible list I think it is probably not compatible".

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