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Two-in-one "Skyshare" combined 3G/4G, wifi 'hotspot' and 150mbps b/g/n router (connect to internet by using 3G/4G broadband, or by ethernet, and also redistribute either by wifi if required).


Compatible with HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+/EVDO and more than 400 types of USB 3G and 4G modems (tested in NZ and Oz with dongle plus Optus, Vodafone and Spark SIMs)


Automatic dial-up, recognises ADSL/DHCP and WAN/LAN without any preset


Supports Mac, iOS, Windows, Linux and Android


Brand new, complete with User Manual and micro-USB power cord.


Can provide USB modem (unlocked) too if required


$25 with FREE delivery.

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