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4G Home Network Wireless Routers

4G home network wireless routers work to connect devices to the Internet not using traditional broadband or ethernet connections, but by tapping into mobile networks. They generally provide a stronger, more stable alternative to traditional mobile hotspots. Most provide 4G modem capabilities and are modem-router combos, allowing access to mobile networks in an all-in-one package, but some may require an additional 4G wifi modem.

Mains Operated 4G Wireless Routers

Mains operated routers are known for their sensitive antennas, which are often manufactured to be completely internal, providing a seamless look for the equipment. Most are also known for providing a wider range of coverage. The alternative to mains operated routers are those with external antennas, some of which are retractable or have hinged connections for easier maneuvering.

Network Branded 4G Wireless Routers

Many networks sell their own routers, which are usually branded to their company and locked to their networks. While many of these are available for smaller fees on rolling rental contracts through network providers, they are often, over time, much more expensive and provide lower-quality wireless access than third-party unlocked options.

Dongle 4G Home Network Wireless Routers

Dongle wireless routers are small and, usually, portable. This means they can be used in cars, at work, or elsewhere on the go. Most simply plug into a USB slot in a computer to activate and provide additional 4G signal strength and range, while others can be connected to other devices and operate using only a small draw of power.

4G Home Network Wireless Router Additional Features

Many 4G home network wireless routers come with additional or optional features. These can include LAN ports, battery packs for operating without access to an outlet, USB ports, and even carrying cases. Some 4G home network wireless routers also come with user manuals, secondary power options, ethernet and power cables, and more.

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