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Wednesday, May 26th, 2021 2:22 AM

Netgear MR1100 Router setting in Canada? anyone can help me?

Hello guys,

I recently purchased NETGEAR MR1100 from amazon (unlocked one) and I put an AT&T Sim card and used it in the US for 2 weeks and it worked fine, and then I sent the router to my girlfriend who is in Canada now, and the device automatically connected to Rogers network but we both don't know how to set up with Rogers.

I bought it with the Unlocked version.

We tried APN setting for Rogers which is "ltemobile.apn" but it looks connected but the internet is so slow that can't load any web pages.

Any help will be appreciated, thank you!

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ACE - Expert

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64.7K Messages

3 years ago

Are you still using the ATT SIM card? If so, whether or not it works in Canada depends on what plan you have. Even if your plan includes Canada, you are roaming and subject to slower data speeds. There may not be anything you can do to increase data speeds if you are still using the ATT SIM card. 

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231.3K Messages

3 years ago

Not being able to connect your hotspot device to your current network provider can be a concern @!

 

Allow us to point you in the right direction!

 

For assistance and all other inquires regarding your hotspot connectivity while residing in Canada, you will need to contact your current service provider for additional troubleshooting. 

 

We hope this helps, and thanks for reaching out to the community!

 

Dwight, AT&T Community Specialist 

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11 months ago

I'm experiencing the same issue.  I bought a Nighthawk route and installed an AT&T SIM card to use in Canada.  I am paying $90 per month, specifically to be used in Canada through Rodger's or Bell's network.  I am able to see that I am connected to the Bell network,  however it is showing no internet and broadband is disconnected.

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