Sharing a Mobile Broadband connection

May 28, 2008

With so many users turning to mobile broadband as either a primary or secondary internet connection, there are some people who would still prefer to be wireless or in the case of mobile broadband dongleless.

A new piece of kit from Billion is set to change the way that some mobile broadband user use their connection.

The BiPAC 7402GXL is a device which allows a USB dongle to be plugged into it, creating a mobile broadband wireless network.

The device can also be used as a regular router for a landline based internet connection. This makes this ideal as a back-up if one or the other connection fails.

Being compatible with all mobile broadband networks clearly makes this a very usable device. All for around £75 to £100!


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  1. Helen says:

    This is nothing new, Draytek vigor routers have done this for a while now.

    I use to use the draytek adsl router with backup ISDN but it is now possible to used adsl with backup 3G, for small remote sites.

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