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Topic # 60708 30-Apr-2010 15:36
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Hi All.

 

At work we have bought a Netcomm/Dynalink  3G15Wn  that works with only these 3G sticks.

Huawei E160G, Huawei E169, Huawei E180, Huawei E220, Huawei K3715, Maxon BP3-EXT, ZTE MF633+, ZTE MF626, ZTE MF627, ZTE MF636

Does Vodafone  support any of these models??

 

Thanx in advance..

 




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  Reply # 325319 30-Apr-2010 15:39
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I believe that the Huawei K3715 is AKA as the Vodem Stick Pro

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/MEDIA_CustomProductCatalog/m2200431_Vodem_Stick_Pro_Datasheet.pdf

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  Reply # 325391 30-Apr-2010 18:08
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E220 is the old white vodem with rounded ends. No 900 MHz 3g with that model, only 2100 MHz




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  Reply # 325405 30-Apr-2010 18:58
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E220 as advised but make sure it has the latest firmware and software this can be downloaded from www.mobilenetworks.co.nz



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  Reply # 325407 30-Apr-2010 19:07
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johnr: E220 as advised but make sure it has the latest firmware and software this can be downloaded from www.mobilenetworks.co.nz


Thanx John.  Will pass it on at work..




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  Reply # 326324 4-May-2010 10:50
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Hi John.

based on hairy1's and wongtop's info we opted to buy the Huawei K3715. However when it arrived from Vodafone it turned out to be the K3765 so it wouldn't work. Do you know if the Huawei K3715 is still available and where to get one from??




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  Reply # 326723 5-May-2010 08:32
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quickymart: It is, you can even buy it online.


http://www.vodafone.co.nz/shop/mobileInternetDetails.jsp?skuId=sku5550070&selectionKey=internet&sele...


Thanx for the link.

However there is nothing on the site that says what type of 3G stick it is and we have been down that route and ordered  one and found it was the wrong one when it arrived..

I found the correct one here so will order it.

http://www.dswireless.co.nz/item_vodem-stick-pro-k3715_10875

 

 




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Reply # 328197 9-May-2010 15:40
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Update on this.

Rather than mess round with more 3G sticks for $150 we bought another 3G wifi router  which worked on the one we bought.  All are  now happy.

 

Thanx to all those who helped..




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