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TP-Link M7200 4G LTE Advanced Mobile Wi-Fi Router,  MiFi, Wireless Router, Unlocked Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot £39.99 @ Amazon
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TP-Link M7200 4G LTE Advanced Mobile Wi-Fi Router, MiFi, Wireless Router, Unlocked Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot £39.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 3rd Sep 2019

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TP-Link M7200 4G LTE MiFi, Portable Wi-Fi for Travel, Unlocked Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot, 8 Hours Long Lasting Battery, 3 Year Warranty(Easy management with tpMiFi App)

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The Faster Connections, The More You Can Do

Cobblestone Design
The design of M7200, informally named “Pebble” is modeled after a sea-eroded stone. Beyond its aes-thetic appeal, the slightly rugged nature of the device’s exterior, combined with its curved shape make it mold perfectly into the average palm.

Share 4G LTE Connection on the Go
Just insert a 4G SIM card to create your reliable personal Wi-Fi hotspot and share instant 4G/3G connectivity with friends. The Mobile Wi-Fi, supporting the latest generation 4G LTE network, can reach a faster download speed so that users can enjoy HD movies without interruption, download files in seconds, and hold a video chat without dropouts.

Power Through Your Day with up to 8 Hours of Sharable 4G
With its powerful 2000mAh battery, the M7200 can provide up to 8 hours of wireless connectivity, making it the perfect companion for travel, busin-ess trips, outdoor activities, and more.

2000mAh – 2000mAh rechargeable battery capacity
8 hours – 8 hours of 4G sharing
480 hours – 480 hours of standby

Share with friends Internet access for up to 10 devices Simultaneously

This compact device works seamlessly with an impressive range of wireless gadgets. The M7200 can easily share a 4G/3G connection with up to 10 wireless devices like tablets, laptops, and mobile phones at the same time.

Plug and Play – Just insert a SIM card and power on to create a stable Wi-Fi hotspot to share on the move

High-Speed Hotspot – Share 2.4GHz Wi-Fi at speed of 300Mbps with up to 10 Wi-Fi devices

Do more with a Faster Connection
The M7200 supports the latest generation 4G FDD/TDD-LTE networks, providing convenient carry-on Wi-Fi in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, ideal for travel, business trip, outdoor activities and more. Now you can enjoy lag-free HD video, fast file downloads, and stable video chats regardless of where life takes.

Lightning generation 4G LTE – Supports 4G LTE network, compatible with 3G network

The Faster Connections – Reaches up to 150Mbps download speed and 50Mbps upload speed, to enjoy HD movies without interruption, download files in seconds, and hold a video chat without dropouts

Easy Management with the tpMiFi App
With the tpMiFi App, you can easily access and manage the M7200 from your connected iOS/ Android devices. The tpMiFi app allows you to establish data limits, control which devices can access your Wi-Fi, and send messages.

Get Your Network Up and Running in Seconds
M7200 features a compact and user-friendly design, all you need is to insert a SIM card and press the power button. Your high-speed 4G hotspot will be operational within a half-minute.

Artful Little Gadget and Built-in Battery for Life on the Go
The TP-Link Mobile Wi-Fi features a compact, elegant design and rechar-geable powerful battery very suitable for travel, business trips and out-door activities. With added flexibility, the device can be charged via a micro USB cable connected to an adapter, laptop or portable charger for endless hours of 4G sharing.
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20 Comments
Is that not a bit steep?
I need a cheap 4g router to tide me over for 2 or 3 weeks till my Huawei gets shipped from China but £40 is too much to drop on something I won't use again (the B612 will be used as home broadband).
Nothing special the next cheapest price on Marketplace is just a few quid more.
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Edited by: "doublespresso" 3rd Sep 2019
Does anyone have any other cheaper recommendations for something similar to this please?
deleted50493103/09/2019 10:52

I need a cheap 4g router to tide me over for 2 or 3 weeks till my Huawei …I need a cheap 4g router to tide me over for 2 or 3 weeks till my Huawei gets shipped from China but £40 is too much to drop on something I won't use again (the B612 will be used as home broadband).


Is this TP router good to work with the Vodafone 4g unlimited or just order the same router as you did, planning to use it as a home broadband as well.
Johnny199003/09/2019 11:40

Is this TP router good to work with the Vodafone 4g unlimited or just …Is this TP router good to work with the Vodafone 4g unlimited or just order the same router as you did, planning to use it as a home broadband as well.


I've no idea about Voda
Johnny199003/09/2019 11:40

Is this TP router good to work with the Vodafone 4g unlimited or just …Is this TP router good to work with the Vodafone 4g unlimited or just order the same router as you did, planning to use it as a home broadband as well.


It only supports 10 devices. That is not many in a modern household.
Does it turn itself off if not used for a while like the dreadful EE Osprey 2 (the 1 is OK)?
They need to start making 5g ones.
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Has anyone actually used this to replace a copper internet connection? Considering doing it as speed around here aren't great and the only person who ever calls the landline are the mother in law and idiots in India saying my Microsoft Windows is about t blow up and project all the dodgy sites I visit into the sky.

Not sure if it is a viable replacement though.
deleted50493103/09/2019 10:52

I need a cheap 4g router to tide me over for 2 or 3 weeks till my Huawei …I need a cheap 4g router to tide me over for 2 or 3 weeks till my Huawei gets shipped from China but £40 is too much to drop on something I won't use again (the B612 will be used as home broadband).


Where are you based?
Last year I got the EE one with 50GB data for £26 on a monthly rolling contract. I needed that data so that was a quite good deal.

I don’t think this is anywhere close to hot for me.
deleted24979803/09/2019 17:20

Has anyone actually used this to replace a copper internet connection? …Has anyone actually used this to replace a copper internet connection? Considering doing it as speed around here aren't great and the only person who ever calls the landline are the mother in law and idiots in India saying my Microsoft Windows is about t blow up and project all the dodgy sites I visit into the sky.Not sure if it is a viable replacement though.



my friend has done this as his broadband was circa 3mb whereas he gets 80 on his 4g modem/router, he doesn't share it with the family tho as we monitored family usage on his bt router and was coming in at 300GB per month his 4g allowance is about 60GB per month, so the kids are stuck with dsl @ 3Mb
deleted24979803/09/2019 17:20

Has anyone actually used this to replace a copper internet connection? …Has anyone actually used this to replace a copper internet connection? Considering doing it as speed around here aren't great and the only person who ever calls the landline are the mother in law and idiots in India saying my Microsoft Windows is about t blow up and project all the dodgy sites I visit into the sky.Not sure if it is a viable replacement though.


I did it in four flats/houses last month. But not with this thing.

I had an old ee mifi thing, the osprey 2. It would easily get 40 mb download speed, easily. I didn't like how it turns itself off after half an hour of not being used.

I bought the router three sell with their 4g homebroadband deal, figured it is nearly 100 quid on amazon and I got it for 40 or so on ebay brand new and three include it in their home broadband replacement thing so must be half decent. If I can get 40mb with a tiny osprey from five years ago it must be OK.

It was crap. Didn't get a decent signal at all, moved it to another property where it was getting more than adequate speed compared to the inconsistent broadband I had installed there previously. Dissapointed but still it wasn't a waste in the end.

So I then bought tp-link mr6400 you can look it up if you like but think router with two arials sticking out the back if you can't be bothered. Looked the business. If the osprey can get 40mb.... This thing is also expensive on amazon etc but got it for 35 quid and figured hey, that's a great deal.

It was crap. Maybe even worse than the really crap huawei one three sell.

So I got another osprey for a tenner on ebay and got on with my life. I'll find a better solution down the line, I'm sure, but i suspect this is probably crap. Tplink, crap. Huawei, crap. Ten quid ebay thing from years ago, decent. Could maybe have spent more than ten seconds looking and got it cheaper too, maybe it was a good deal at a tenner. Couldn't tell you, was frustrated a f when I bought it.

My advice? Sorry, not really got any. Can't reccommend the osprey thing as it has an inactivity auto off function. Can't reccommend ones three are punting and can't reccommend tp link's supposedly upper end model of crap router. Sorry. Maybe get a different osprey thing. Maybe lose all your hair in frustration. I dunno.
Cool story bro etc yeah I know
Schwifty04/09/2019 03:06

I did it in four flats/houses last month. But not with this thing.I had an …I did it in four flats/houses last month. But not with this thing.I had an old ee mifi thing, the osprey 2. It would easily get 40 mb download speed, easily. I didn't like how it turns itself off after half an hour of not being used.I bought the router three sell with their 4g homebroadband deal, figured it is nearly 100 quid on amazon and I got it for 40 or so on ebay brand new and three include it in their home broadband replacement thing so must be half decent. If I can get 40mb with a tiny osprey from five years ago it must be OK.It was crap. Didn't get a decent signal at all, moved it to another property where it was getting more than adequate speed compared to the inconsistent broadband I had installed there previously. Dissapointed but still it wasn't a waste in the end.So I then bought tp-link mr6400 you can look it up if you like but think router with two arials sticking out the back if you can't be bothered. Looked the business. If the osprey can get 40mb.... This thing is also expensive on amazon etc but got it for 35 quid and figured hey, that's a great deal.It was crap. Maybe even worse than the really crap huawei one three sell.So I got another osprey for a tenner on ebay and got on with my life. I'll find a better solution down the line, I'm sure, but i suspect this is probably crap. Tplink, crap. Huawei, crap. Ten quid ebay thing from years ago, decent. Could maybe have spent more than ten seconds looking and got it cheaper too, maybe it was a good deal at a tenner. Couldn't tell you, was frustrated a f when I bought it.My advice? Sorry, not really got any. Can't reccommend the osprey thing as it has an inactivity auto off function. Can't reccommend ones three are punting and can't reccommend tp link's supposedly upper end model of crap router. Sorry. Maybe get a different osprey thing. Maybe lose all your hair in frustration. I dunno.



wow epic

had a similar experience with the TP6400 v disappointing, best one i have seen so far is the Netgear Nighthawk cellular, but it is pricey,
maddogb04/09/2019 08:48

wow epic had a similar experience with the TP6400 v disappointing, best …wow epic had a similar experience with the TP6400 v disappointing, best one i have seen so far is the Netgear Nighthawk cellular, but it is pricey,


Thanks for top tip, I'll perhaps stick an alert here and ebay etc for that.
deleted50493103/09/2019 10:52

I need a cheap 4g router to tide me over for 2 or 3 weeks till my Huawei …I need a cheap 4g router to tide me over for 2 or 3 weeks till my Huawei gets shipped from China but £40 is too much to drop on something I won't use again (the B612 will be used as home broadband).


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