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Mobile internet backup


scotiapb

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I work in an area with notoriously bad broadband service. A recent incident meant we had no services for 4 weeks. For my individual machine I plugged in my mobile broadband usb stick which gave me access but not the mail which normally went thru the company server. Is there a mobile broadband router I could plug into our windows 2011 server that will allow mail to be received when the hard line is down?

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Woolwell

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Never used one but I suggest that what you want is a 3G router. A Google search will turn them up.

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mgmcc

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If you don't want to plug in a simple USB dongle for mobile broadband, have a look at the "Three" network's MiFi Mobile broadband wireless router. EE/Orange have a similar device.

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royalpeter

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Not happy with the service or product? Unhappy with the discussions with customer service department of the company. You should file a complain for bad or poor customer service @ irateislate. Its one of the best online consumer forum which uses a unique platform to get resolve your issues.

Cheers!

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