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  Reply # 1557513 22-May-2016 19:47
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Possible but getting a bit pricey to put in another unit.


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  Reply # 1557519 22-May-2016 19:52
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I have one in a box somewhere if you prepared to go that route, though I can assure you, if you have only 800m between you and the tower, you're suffering due to some other issue... I'm 28 kms from the spark tower that my skinny BB modem connects to, and get 20-30mb downstream on 4g (!)

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  Reply # 1557806 23-May-2016 10:55
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I've always thought it is a shame you can't buy 2 consumer versions. One for apartments or units and one for larger houses. 

 

Still having used one myself for at my parents house because they were in a valley I think they are brilliant little devices.





Please note: I have a professional bias towards Vodafone.



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  Reply # 1557811 23-May-2016 10:59
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PhantomNVD: I have one in a box somewhere if you prepared to go that route,

 

 

 

Have pm'd you.




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  Reply # 1558779 24-May-2016 16:06
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Anyone know if its possible to run two Sure Signal devices on the one broadband line?


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