NETGEAR AC785-100EUS AirCard AC785 Mobile Hotspot with super-fast 4G LTE £69.99 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR AC785-100EUS AirCard AC785 Mobile Hotspot with super-fast 4G LTE £69.99 @ Amazon

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Found 31st Jul 2015
Amazing deal for this little 4g hub.

I bought this a month ago for around £110, and also got the aerial add-on for an extra £30, which makes this box insanely good. I get a solid 4g signal even in places where my mobile is struggling to get a 1g signal.

If you travel frequently like me, you'll love this box, and with the add-on aerial it makes it perfect for camper vans, cars, you get the idea.

Price wise, this is the cheapest it's ever been, proof here: uk.camelcamelcamel.com/NET…CFW

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I have the older one of these and it was great whilst holidaying in France!

I also used it when my broadband was down.

Which antenna did you get for £30? The Netgear one appears to be £43. And just to check....this improves the 4G signal rather than the Wifi side, right?

Interesting.
Looking at using one as a mifi and also as home broadband fallback (our connection drops too often).
Does the MIMO antenna boost wifi or mobile or both - I'm finding contradictory info out there?
The (extra cost) home cradle seems to boost 4G and provide GbE LAN.

Torn between this and a TP-Link M7350 at £70.
Both TPlink and Netgear have LTE Cat 4 (compatible with EE Superfast LTE-A and 2.4/5Ghz wifi.
Grateful for any views/experiences with either device.:3
Edited by: "Hootwo" 31st Jul 2015

Does this boost 4G signal? My commutes are torturous due to the poor 4G signal.

The 6000450 can boost the 4G signal on this product.

There is also a dock that has an ethernet port and 4G antennae, SKU DC113A

Original Poster

TheMegaMan

Which antenna did you get for £30? The Netgear one appears to be £43. And … Which antenna did you get for £30? The Netgear one appears to be £43. And just to check....this improves the 4G signal rather than the Wifi side, right?


I got this one: amazon.co.uk/gp/…s00

The netgear one was sold out when I bought mine. Yes it boosts the 4g rather than the wifi range, I get on average an extra 2 bars or so, but more importantly a more steady signal. The little box is fantastic on its own though, usually gets very good reception if I put it by the window, and gets 2 bars of 4g signal on its own where my phone has 3g or worse
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