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stangman86gt

join:2007-02-06
reply to RiseAbove

Re: [4G] att 4g with no contract?

one step ahead of you =)...

Already bought the modem off of ebay for 30 bucks, and i have a mbr1000 router already hehe.

and ontop of all that, i already have a directional antenna that does the 700mhz range, but i probably won't need to be using this since i get such good reception already through att.

thx for all the replies, i should be getting my modem tomorrow *crosses fingers* wish me luck...then i can get rid of this verizon 3g crap i have right now.



RiseAbove
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join:2004-01-30

said by stangman86gt:

one step ahead of you =)...

Already bought the modem off of ebay for 30 bucks, and i have a mbr1000 router already hehe.

and ontop of all that, i already have a directional antenna that does the 700mhz range, but i probably won't need to be using this since i get such good reception already through att.

thx for all the replies, i should be getting my modem tomorrow *crosses fingers* wish me luck...then i can get rid of this verizon 3g crap i have right now.

Personally I would get a newer router than the MBR1000. I had the MBR900 on Verizon with a 4G Pantech UML290 card and it would disconnect all the time and everything was up to date it's just that the router was not specifically made for 4G cards.

I replaced it the MBR95 which just came out and specifically made for LTE devices and I hardly ever get any disconnects anymore and the connection is a lot more stable. I would consider you switch the 1000 out for a MBR1400.