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Topic # 222899 2-Sep-2017 17:42
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1:  Mobile broadband dongle, Huawei E173, unlocked - works fine with any SIM, auto-installs user interface (SMS/TXTs and data).....$10 includes delivery.

 

2:  Mobile wifi, Huawei E5261, fully configurable (password/SSID etc), unlocked - works fine with any SIM, USB cable, wall charger, User Guide.....$18 includes delivery.

 

 


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  Reply # 1857436 3-Sep-2017 08:03
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Interested..are these 3G or 4G? Can't see much on the mobile version online?




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  Reply # 1857490 3-Sep-2017 09:42
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NOTE: Wifi unit is E5251 (not E5261 ... my mistype).


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  Reply # 1857601 3-Sep-2017 13:23
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Thanks for details.

 

How do you set APN details etc on the wifi version?




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  Reply # 1857605 3-Sep-2017 13:35
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     >How do you set APN details etc on the wifi version?<

 

I've found that these days it usually sets everything automatically by the SIM as soon as a connection is made .... however, the interface is accessed via browser (192.168.1.1) for such settings if required.

 

 

 

 


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