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MiFi LTE 4G Router related knowledge
Product Category:MiFi LTE 4G Router related knowledge
Product Code:SD-R018
Product Name:The benefits of a mobile hotspot
Updated:2017-4-16 13:52:02
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What is MiFi?
Mobile Wi-Fi, or MiFi, allows you to connect multiple Wi-Fi devices to a single 4G data SIM in a router and get online wherever you go.
This allows you to connect your phones, tablets and other Wi-Fi devices to it as you would any wireless router. The difference is you're connecting over a cellular connection rather than a broadband network, but 4G can be just as fast as many home Wi-Fi networks.

The benefits of a mobile hotspot:
You can just buy a Data-Only SIM instead of buying a 4G Data-Voice, thus to save a lot of money : Nowadays many network operators sell the Data-Only SIM. http://www.vodafone.co.uk/shop/bundles-and-sims/sim-only-data-bundles - - - For example the Data-Only SIM of Vodafone UK, you may see there have many kinds of "Data Package" with cheap pricing than the 4G Data-Voice SIM
You can get more steady and stronger WiFi signal from the MiFi 4G Router, compare with the smartphone's iteself hotspot
You can save your smartphone battery greatly when using the MiFi 4G router to be as WiFi hotspotWhen a smartphone set up itself to be as a WiFi hotspot, the battery will be consumed dramatically
You can connect multiple devices: Some MiFi devices let you connect 10 or more devices to a single hotspot, which will work out a lot cheaper than paying for a mobile data plan for each of those devices.
You can connect Wi-Fi-only devices to a mobile data connection: Tablets are great to use at home, but what about on the train, on the beach or by the pool? Wherever you can get a phone signal, you can use MiFi to create a wireless network and get online from any Wi-Fi device.
You can save money on your next tablet: Buying a tablet with a 4G data connection adds around £100 to the price, and that's before you consider the monthly fee for your data. Use some of that money to buy a MiFi router instead and you'll never need to buy a 4G tablet again, nor base your purchasing decision on whether a cellular option is available.
You can reduce roaming charges: Most mobile operators offer fixed-fee roaming when you're abroad, allowing you to take your home tariff with you for a set cost. Rather than paying this extra charge on all your devices, turn off data roaming on them and connect them all to a mobile hotspot. You'll pay this charge only once, but get all your devices online.
You can avoid using slow hotel Wi-Fi: In a similar vein, for those hotels that still charge for Wi-Fi, you can get the kids online all day and at a lower cost than what the hotel would charge. Better still, you can avoid using the same network as all the other guests, which is usually slow and often has poor signal in your hotel room.
You can add 4G connectivity to a 3G device: If you're still using a phone that doesn't support 4G networks, MiFi allows you to speed up your mobile internet connection.
You can get faster download speeds: Even if your device already supports 4G, you could potentially get faster download and upload speeds by switching to a MiFi that supports a faster connection.
You can share storage across your own mobile network: If your MiFi supports a microSD card, you can share that storage across all your devices, which is especially handy if they don't support expandable storage themselves.

How do I choose a mobile router?
When it comes to choosing a MiFi device, you have two options:
1. You can get a free or low-price router from a mobile operator in return for a fixed monthly subscription
2. You can buy a network-unlocked router to which you add a data-only SIM of your choice, with much lower monthly payments

Many people will automatically go to their mobile operator for a MiFi device, since it's an easy solution and you don't need to pay anything up front. But this isn't always the best idea.
If you buy a MiFi router from a mobile operator it will be locked to that network, preventing you from shopping around for the best data deal. You will also most likely pay over the odds if you choose to pay nothing up front but tie yourself into a two-year contract.

For example, EE's 4GEE Mini with 15GB of data is available for free on a £22-per-month two-year plan. Over the two years you'll pay £528.

By comparison, if you buy the mobile router yourself (most are between £50 and £100), you can get a data-only SIM with the same 15GB of data from as little as £18 per month (Three). Over the two years you'll pay only £432 for your data - but potentially a lot less if you don't need that much data.

Better still, you can subscribe to a rolling monthly contract, allowing you to move on at any time with only 30 days' notice.
All UK mobile operators supply MiFi devices, but remember that not all routers are created equal and the one supplied by your mobile operator may not be the best.
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