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#255921 6-Sep-2019 14:11
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I would like to use an older Netgear 3G modem router on Spark - model 3G38WV. THis was previously setup and used on the Telecom network with a Telecom SIM.

 

The router has an external antenna connection and should provide better coverage inside my metal clad caravan when out on the road. 

 

Can I simply purchase a new Spark SIM and hookup as a new connection? Or is the modem incompatible?

 

 

 

Many thanks - Paul 


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  #2311773 6-Sep-2019 14:14
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It will work but is going to be pretty slow since it's 3G only.


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