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TP-LINK 3G/3.75G Wireless Router + BullGuard Antivirus Software TL-MR3220 - £19.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop

£19.99 @ 7dayShop
Bargin price for a 3g compatible router, supports a huge list of usb dongles also. I have this router and it works much better than my Huawei D100 router. Much easier to setup and it does not cut out …
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Bargin price for a 3g compatible router, supports a huge list of usb dongles also. I have this router and it works much better than my Huawei D100 router. Much easier to setup and it does not cut out like the Huawei. Also another 60p from quidco bringing the price down to £19.39

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.

- 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.

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


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 Like #1
I've been looking into these TP-LINK routers and the modem/routers recently as they seem very good value for money and overall have very good reviews. Bear in mind that this is only a router and you would need a separate wired modem in order to create an internet connection.
#2
greencode
I've been looking into these TP-LINK routers and the modem/routers recently as they seem very good value for money and overall have very good reviews. Bear in mind that this is only a router and you would need a separate wired modem in order to create an internet connection.

Or plug in a 3G USB dongle, for an internet connection.
#3
sorry if im being dull, but could someone please explain what this does.

I doubt I could use it for anything but just interested. I've read the description 3 times and still don't understand :(
#4
This allows you to share a 3g internet connection (vodafone, orange, three etc.) over a wireless network
#5
Kazaam
sorry if im being dull, but could someone please explain what this does.

I doubt I could use it for anything but just interested. I've read the description 3 times and still don't understand :(


The specs are sparse, but this is what I think it means:

It's basically a wireless N router, providing you a wireless local area network. Apparently it does not have an ADSL (broadband) modem built in (specs aren't clear on this point), so it is usable for cable broadband (Virgin) or you can add an ADSL modem (connect by USB or network cable? not sure).

In addition, this will connect to a mobile phone broadband service, which it will automatically use if your main cable or landline broadband goes down. You need an account with a mobile service provider for this, and the appropriate dongle. Maybe it has to be 3G mobile. So you have two possible broadband connections available. Maybe you can use the mobile one as the primary connection, so this router would (uniquely?) allow you to have your whole network connected to a single mobile broadband account.

I could almost use this, as my satellite connection frequently goes bad and I use a mobile broadband connection when it does. But it isn't 3G, it's GPRS and sloooow. Still it isn't a bad price for a cable router with wireless N, ignoring the special feature.
#6
Its a bit confusing really but I guess the price isn't too bad
#7
If you want more details check out the tp-link website
#8
Can this be used with Virgin or as a Bridge anyway?
#9
Chuckles1001
Can this be used with Virgin or as a Bridge anyway?


It is a cable router, so works with Virgin- also says this on the TP-Link site:
"WDS wireless bridge provides seamless bridging to expand your wireless network "
#10
I already have an o2 wireless box but my son has a Sony BluRay player in his room which will take an ethernet connection to allow me to connect it to the internet and/or my network. It is wi-fi ready but requires a rather expensive proprietary dongle which I don't want to fork out for. Would I be able to connect this to my existing o2 box (wirelessly) in my son's room and then connect the BluRay player via ethernet to this router?
#11
The best mifi device is definitely the three E585. You insert a three broadband sim and it retransmits the data as a wifi signal. Alternatively some Android 2.2 Phones do a similar thing, but having everything in a single phone is a bit like the disadvantages of having a combined washer/dryer compared to a separate washer / separate dryer. Separate here means two devices, two batteries, which means your going to have access to your smart phone and wifi for a fair bit longer, with the background processing of the wifi split between devices/two processors, not one, also means you can stick the device in the upstairs Window, while working on the phone somewhere more comfortable.

The three E585 is unlockable but if you do (newer ones its a lot more difficult), it doesn't automatically switch between network sims, you need to set up the APN Access information for each network in the web administration page, and on switching sims, change the APN over manually.



Edited By: tightar5e on Feb 15, 2011 16:06
1 Like #12
I have the similar product from amazon
http://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-Link-TL-MR3420-300MBPS-Wireless-Router/dp/B003WK62OS
this one is £28 but has 2 antenna for a faster WIFI network and better reception

The 3G works well with my USB dongle (Huawae E160 from memory)

Basically you can share a 3G (mobile broadband) internet connection to any connected WIFI device on the wireless network this creates. You can also use it with a broadband modem (this doesnt have a modem built in).

So the only things it is missing is gigabit networking, and built in adsl modem. Would also be nice if the USB port could also accept USB external drives, to set up a NAS (networked attached storage)

I think I read somewhere that this was a potentially hackable feature, so I am waiting for the clever people out there to add this feature...

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