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# 144236 12-May-2014 13:56
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We have a pretty decent LTE coverage by telecom and I was wondering if I could get mobile broadband stick that connects to the 4G stick?

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  # 1042321 12-May-2014 14:01
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  # 1042322 12-May-2014 14:02
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old3eyes: This ??Huawei-e8278 T-Stick

Welp, that isn't an option lol. It's fast but too little data allowance.


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  # 1042327 12-May-2014 14:07
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How much data are you expecting on a 3G/4G plan?

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  # 1042341 12-May-2014 14:20
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Would love to use it for RBI

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  # 1042427 12-May-2014 16:08
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if you want RBI i think you have to go through vodafone for that, as they're the ones building the network.

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  # 1042507 12-May-2014 17:29
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Yup, Wireless RBI is a Vodafone wholesaled product. I do installs for one of the resellers. No LTE at this stage sorry. I suspect we won't see this happening until early next year onwards.

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  # 1042516 12-May-2014 17:38
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coffeebaron: Yup, Wireless RBI is a Vodafone wholesaled product. I do installs for one of the resellers. No LTE at this stage sorry. I suspect we won't see this happening until early next year onwards.

Ah. Unfortunate. 

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