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Topic # 236382 30-May-2018 13:18
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Is it possible to purchase my own wireless broadband router and connect it to the spark network?


Are the sim-cards locked to the modem somehow?


I have the stock standard mobile broadband modem supplied which is a Huawei model. While the broadband connectivity seems ok, the wireless is terrible. I've switched over to using a seperate (old) wireless router for wireless, with a wired connection to the Huawei modem. I'm now experiencing increasing needs to power the modem down to fix connetivity issues. I want to improve reliability and simplify setup.






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