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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonMac View Post
    After many many years my Alcatel Y800 has died an honourable death, what is the best to replace with these days, or should I just get another of the same
    Can you not just use your phone?
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    I've got one of https://www.amazon.co.uk/Huawei-E557...&keywords=mifi

    Both the tp-link or Huawei will do what you want you just need to pick one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    Can you not just use your phone?
    I like having a second device for internet when I am out with the family and we can all connect to one mobile router, also when I am on clients site that don't have guest wifi.

    I am on a legacy three tariff which gives me 15gb a month dirt cheap
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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    I've got one of https://www.amazon.co.uk/Huawei-E557...&keywords=mifi

    Both the tp-link or Huawei will do what you want you just need to pick one...
    I assume you mean the TP-Link M7350, that is only a Cat 4 rather than a Cat 6 (4G compared to 4G+) might as well make it future proof as the last one lasted me years.

    I was looking at the Huawei E5786, but in honest the number convention makes little to no sense, out of left field the Zyxel WAH7706 gets good review
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonMac View Post
    I assume you mean the TP-Link M7350, that is only a Cat 4 rather than a Cat 6 (4G compared to 4G+) might as well make it future proof as the last one lasted me years.

    I was looking at the Huawei E5786, but in honest the number convention makes little to no sense, out of left field the Zyxel WAH7706 gets good review
    My viewpoint is that one was £60 the other was £160 (at the time) and not in stock when I needed it. The price saving and availability won over increased speed
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    Went with the Zyxel, so far very impressed with it
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