I reside on the fringe of 4G and 3G area service. My 3G MC regularly dropped down to 2G or completely disconnected from the network. Not once has the 4G connection dropped down to 3G or disconnected from the network.
First I looked at the Ubuntu 3G Hardware page to see what the best supported cards were. We already have our mobiles on Virgin, so I was pleased to see the default Virgin mobile Broadband device was supported, the Huawei E When I plugged it in, I then created a new mobile broadband connection through the network manager.
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Go to any retailer of mobile broadband services and ask if their dongle works on Linux. The tiny netbook and a dongle the thumb-sized, plug-in modem is still a viable and useful way of getting your internet while travelling. They are wrong.
In Stock. Monthly cost from:. Keep your mobile, tablet, laptop and games console connected at the same time with our Huawei portable WiFi hub. To make sure we offer you the right plans, we just want to check if you already have Virgin TV or Broadband at home.
The range sports a 7" colour screen, between 2 and 8 gigs of onboard flash storage, up to 1 Meg of RAM and a battery life of 2. It's still just a little less than 1 kilogram, and a lot cheaper than a comparable laptop. The range offers the following:.
I bought a new broadband dongle from Phones 4 U today. I went there as they were cheapest for that particularly dongle, but only slightly. That's the last time I'm going to go in that shop. What should have been a simple and straight-forward purchase turned into an attempt to sell me just about every other thing that they sell.