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Old 06-17-2009, 03:40 AM
Ike
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Default MIFI by Novatel

That Novatel "hot spot creator" works well. We bought one to support
credit card processing at a remote business site, and as a collateral
benefit it handles up to 5 computers at a time. It's like a thick credit
card, yet the battery lasts for hours.

Amazing!

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Old 06-20-2009, 12:18 PM
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Default Re: MIFI by Novatel

I attended a business meeting with the MIFI in my shirt pocket. When we
went to a restaurant with no wifi, it provided access for four of us -
perfect performance. And no, it did NOT get warm.

Ike


Roger 2008 wrote:
> "Ike" <binarydotike@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:h19oju$cle$1@news.eternal-september.org...
>> That Novatel "hot spot creator" works well. We bought one to support
>> credit card processing at a remote business site, and as a collateral
>> benefit it handles up to 5 computers at a time. It's like a thick credit
>> card, yet the battery lasts for hours.
>>
>> Amazing!

>
> Yes the MiFi is "Amazing" but I'd like to know if it gets warm since the
> Mogul and the Touch Pro will both get warm when using them as a WiFi Router
> via WMWiFiRouter.
> http://wmwifirouter.com/
>
> Don't forget, just like every other unlimited Broadband connection that
> Sprint sells that MiFi card has a 5 Gig cap.
>
> For me, it wouldn't be cost effective to have a MiFi. I got my data plan
> when Sprint was still offering phone as modem for $40.00 a month and if you
> had that data plan then you didn't have to pay $15.00 a month for Vision too
> so it is like paying $25.00 a month more for unlimited/(5 Gig) phone as
> modem.
>
>


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Old 06-20-2009, 01:02 PM
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"Ike" <binarydotike@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:h19oju$cle$1@news.eternal-september.org...
> That Novatel "hot spot creator" works well. We bought one to support
> credit card processing at a remote business site, and as a collateral
> benefit it handles up to 5 computers at a time. It's like a thick credit
> card, yet the battery lasts for hours.
>
> Amazing!


Yes the MiFi is "Amazing" but I'd like to know if it gets warm since the
Mogul and the Touch Pro will both get warm when using them as a WiFi Router
via WMWiFiRouter.
http://wmwifirouter.com/

Don't forget, just like every other unlimited Broadband connection that
Sprint sells that MiFi card has a 5 Gig cap.

For me, it wouldn't be cost effective to have a MiFi. I got my data plan
when Sprint was still offering phone as modem for $40.00 a month and if you
had that data plan then you didn't have to pay $15.00 a month for Vision too
so it is like paying $25.00 a month more for unlimited/(5 Gig) phone as
modem.



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