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rekees

join:2007-03-23
reply to Jim_in_VA

Re: Advice on upgrade from 3G to 4G

The problem is that a MBR1200 costs $250. Seems like overkill just to solve a connectivity problem. Odd that Millenicom doesn't offer an USB modem for their 4G plan like they do for their 3G plan. Especially since Verizon does.
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Jim_in_VA

join:2004-07-11
Cobbs Creek, VA
kudos:4
You don't need a MBR1200, a MBR95 will work fine and it's around $95
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Bill00
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join:2004-07-20
Capron, VA
said by Jim_in_VA:

You don't need a MBR1200, a MBR95 will work fine and it's around $95

Further, there have been a number of eBay sales of the MBR95 at well under $95 recently. Of course, one runs a certain amount of risk when buying used equipment...
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Millenicom 20GB Plan | Novatel USB-760 | CPQ/AMD Sempron 3200 Win XP SP3 | LAN: MBR-1000: 1 Win 7 | 2 Win XP SP3.


krenn

join:2006-08-23
Somerset, PA
kudos:1
reply to Jim_in_VA
I got an MBR95 refurb on amazon for $45. Has worked flawlessly so far. Just another option to check out.