Most rural areas are cat 4 LTE which gets you 30mbps in practice. The posh areas selected by EE in cities get cat 6 which is 2 channel authentication and your device needs 2 radios to make use of it to get the 60mbps this is not 5g ?!? Nowhere in the country does 5g..... Yet
So can someone clarify the following (country of use will be the USA): 1. Using a 3 SIM with preloaded data, an Android phone that enables WiFi hotspot to allow other devices to connect will not work as 3 blocks tethering. True or False? 2. Using the same 3 SIM with preloaded data in a MiFi device will allow multiple devices to connect and use the data. True or false? Having experienced scenario one last year and being told via this thread that scenario 2 works.... I'm a little confused as to what the difference is. Both personal hotspot and MiFi are the same thing in essence. Why would scenario 1 not work but scenario 2 does? Any clarification/help is much appreciated guys. Thanks.
got my 790s around 2 years ago... they are prefect ! cost 180 at that time, but well worth of money
Atleast you picked up on.
I like the way everyone has ignored this link to the TP-LINK M7350 that's £22 cheaper and does pretty much the same thing. Better too I'd say as it has a full sized sim card slot which makes it more adaptable. I have one of these too and used it in Japan back in April and it worked a treat.