TP-Link 300Mbps Wireless 3G/4G Portable Router @863.

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TP-Link 300Mbps Wireless 3G/4G Portable Router @863.
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TP-Link 300Mbps Wireless 3G/4G Portable Router @ 863.

3G/4G Sharing —— Share a 3G/4G mobile connection, compatible with 120+ LTE/HSPA+/HSPA/UMTS/EVDO 3G/4G USB modems, tested in the field
Travel Portable Router —— Travel-size Design, small and light enough to take on the road, enables users to share a 3G/4G mobile connection wherever 3G/4G* coverage is available
300Mbps Wi-Fi Speed —— Wireless speed is up to 300 Mbps
Working Modes —— Three modes available for different situations: 3G/4G* Router, WISP Client Router and Travel Router Mode (AP Mode)
Back-Up Strategy —— With 3G/4G* and WAN failover back-up strategy, TL-MR3020 can provide a sustained internet connection
Support all mainstream ISP, including Jio, Airtel,Vodafone, BSNL, ACT, MTNL, Hathway, You broadband, GTPL, etc. The actual accessibility may still vary from the area
For any TP-Link Technical support or Set up advice contact_us on: [1800-209-4168] (10:00AM to 6:00PM, Monday to Saturday. Excluding Public Holidays)

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VU, very recently this one was priced at 999

Mind you dimers, 3G/4G Sharing is just a marketing gimmick.. basically you can share data from any device that supposts “USB-tethering”.. the data can come from 2G modem or even a 5G modem in the future..

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equalizer wrote:

VU, very recently this one was priced at 999

Mind you dimers, 3G/4G Sharing is just a marketing gimmick.. basically you can share data from any device that supposts “USB-tethering”.. the data can come from 2G modem or even a 5G modem in the future..

But mobiles already have hotspot. is this for those dongles?? but who is using them these days

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hyderabadibiryani wrote:

But mobiles already have hotspot. is this for those dongles?? but who is using them these days

Also, most modern dongles have built-in hotspots.. so all-in-all, just a sales gimmick

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