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Old 8th April 2013, 20:46   #31
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Default Re: BSNL introduces Wi-Fi module for cars

How is this different from:
1. Vodafone MiFi : https://www.vodafone.in/3gworld/page...i.aspx?cid=mah
2. Micromax MMX 400R : http://www.micromaxinfo.com/data-card/Router/MMX%20400R
3. Olive Nexus Wifi Router (+ USB Dongle) : http://www.olivetelecom.in/olive-nex...reless-router/

I have been using #3 in my car since time immemorial (>3 years at least)
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Old 12th April 2013, 10:30   #32
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I prefer using my phone as as a Wifi-AP. No use of having separate dongles for it. This seems a rather pointless exercise considering BSNL's coverage issues, pathetic internet connectivity in some places.

OT: When will India's broadband speeds improve? The world is going 16 Mbps+ for homes and we have 2Mbps having an FUP limit. FUP made sense only with high speeds. Pathetic speeds+ pathetic FUP = Provider boycott :@.
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