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Posted Oct 2, 2009
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Can you use a router?
I have found that there are some routers available that you can plug a wireless broadband card into and connect your home network into for internet access. Can you do this with AT&T's 3G network cards?
I have found that there are some routers available that you can plug a wireless broadband card into and connect your home network into for internet access. Can you do this with AT&T's 3G network cards?

Can you use a router?

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Oct 6, 2009 8:36:02 AM
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Echo... Echo... Hello...? Never mind, I found the answer on my own... The answer is yes by the way.
Echo... Echo... Hello...? Never mind, I found the answer on my own... The answer is yes by the way.

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Dec 10, 2009 4:20:36 PM
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I have been doing that with a Verizon Card. Connectivity is spotty at best. I use a D-Link router. How is it working out for you?
I have been doing that with a Verizon Card. Connectivity is spotty at best. I use a D-Link router. How is it working out for you?

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Aug 13, 2010 9:49:03 AM
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What router do you use?

Does it amplify the signal from the 3G Network Card?

What router do you use?

Does it amplify the signal from the 3G Network Card?

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