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Topic # 114210 12-Feb-2013 11:09
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Hi I found this Rural Broadband solution and I was wondering if anyone else has heard of it? www.comtecfone.co.nz  It dosent appear to use a normal vodem or t-stick which I have tried and they don't work.


How does this compare to other solutions on the market?

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  Reply # 759982 12-Feb-2013 11:33
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OP related to Don by any chance?

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  Reply # 759997 12-Feb-2013 11:47
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That system shown on their web page is not strictly RBI as it uses your sim .. on whatever data plan .. in a good router. RBI uses supplied sim in supplied router on supplied RBI plan eg Ulimate mobile or Vodafone. But either way though, with a decent Yagi antenae it ought to work well. Not sure what you are asking.. are you asking about is it a good plan .. or is it a good system.?

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  Reply # 760035 12-Feb-2013 13:00
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Yes it is 's goer'.
I've been using cellular for home broadband (and calling) for nearly 4 years.

Depends upon where you live of course....but it is a viable option.

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