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TP-Link Archer MR600 AC1200 Mbps 4G+ Cat6 Mobile Wi-Fi Router Dual Band, 4G/3G Network SIM Slot Unlocked, No Configuration required, Support Guest Network & Parental Control, UK Plug

Brand - TP-LINK

Average rating 4.13

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£104.99£89.99
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Advanced 4G+ SIM Router – Supports 4G+ Cat6 to boost the data speeds of up to 300 Mbps. Operating Temperature: 0℃~40℃ (32℉ ~104℉), Storage Temperature: -40℃~70℃ (-40℉ ~158℉) Superior Dual Band mobile Wi-Fi router – combined wireless speeds up to 300Mbps over 2.4GHz, and 867Mbps over 5GHz; Full Gigabit ports – provides reliable wired connections for bandwidth-intensive devices such as game consoles and STB Plug a SIM card and play – no configurations needed, compatibility of SIM cards in 100+ countries are assured by years of field tests Better signal for connections everywhere – Enjoy stable and efficient connections to every device thanks to the two external detachable LTE antennas Wi-fi router mode: plug an Ethernet cable into the LAN/WAN port for flexible access as a backup option If you can't get a 4G connection Supports TP-LINK onemeshtm: co-workers with TP-LINK onemesh products to create a flexible and cost-efficient mesh network Easy bandwidth management: enhanced QoS makes it easier for you to manage the bandwidth of connected devices

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Amazon Customer Review

I was dubious about how well this would perform but this router has far surpassed my expectations. Recently my mother moved to a property and was told by BT that it would take several months to change over her phone line/broadband due to a lack of capacity at the exchange. She was also told that she would only get about 2Mbps download. So after looking into 4g availability and a search on the mastdata.com website, I discovered she was close to a Vodafone mast and purchased an unlimited PAYG data 4G sim from voxi (Vodafone). I set up the TP-Link router with the sim. The router picked up the correct APN connection settings for Vodafone and it connected out of the box with 3 bar lights on the router. I updated the firmware to the latest version, set the connection to 4g only and changed the dns settings for google's. Over wifi a speedtest showed around 42Mbps which obviously isn't FTTP speeds but compared to what BT were offering was a massive improvement. Also, I configured the router DHCP to reserve an address for her Cisco SPA112 BT phone adaptor (set up with voip service) and she has everything she had before with BT but for a much cheaper monthly cost and faster. The cost of setting this router up was pretty reasonable considering the functionality it offers and being able to say goodbye to BT and their poor quality and expensive service is priceless.

Jan 02, 2020

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The router itself is excellent - best home router I've used so far. The app 'tether' is very basic, not really worth downloading. But, access the web interface of the router via browser, and, man, there's a huge number of options under the hood. The one feature I like the most? Probably the wifi options. You can tailor your Wifi requirement to a very detailed level (unlike most home routers). I also like the 3G/4G section. It tells you the signal strength and other details, which allows you to position the router appropriately to improve performance. The level of detail is not quite as good as DDWRT, but it's getting there.

One thing I dislike: not being able to specify the DNS servers on the WAN interface. You can specify on the LAN interface (for DHCP clients), which is good enough.

The router supports a data limit (useful for limiting data use on your SIM) but, unfortunately, it loses your actual usage after a power off/on. You can configure to receive a text message when you've used 90% of your data limit. Very useful.

Now for some bits not directly related to the router. The internet speed! I'm currently using Three (in south London). It's ok. It' cheap, and does the job. But it's not a viable replacement for my conventional hard line broadband. Also, latency is high, so definitely not good for streaming.

I'll probably give EE a try, which, if the web is to be believed, is the best mobile data ISP available.

Dec 20, 2019

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The router is very quick to setup and I found the 'tether' app on ios, very easy to use. You can be up and running incredibly fast. I think overall it's a very good router if - like us - standard internet was not an option.

My only gripe, and why it got 4 stars (3 stars for 'ease to use') is that I found the sim card holder to poorly designed. It feels like a complete after thought. The main way which the sim gets held in place is via a piece of sticky back paper that sits over the back of the holder frame. Fine if you're never intending to switch the sim, but we had several that we were trying and after a day or so that sticky backing was useless and we had to improvise our own solution to holding the sim in place. For a router in this price range, you'd expect something a little more robust. Why on earth there isn't something similar like you'd find on your phone is beyond me.

Otherwise, it's good experience, but that really bugged me.

Nov 24, 2019

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Amazon Customer Review

Good 4G router, reasonable price. Version 3 has the external removable aerials, which is what you want so you can fit an external aerial like the Pointing XPOL-A0001 to improve the 4G LTE signal that it picks up.
See the signals I have been getting with the Pointing fitted to the outside of my house.
The TP Link fired straight up as soon as I inserted the Three 4G data SIM I bought. This replaced the crappy Huawei B311 router that Three shipped with the SIM card as it kept dropping the internet connection every 45 to 60 minutes. This apparently is a known fault and Three are recalling these Huawei routers.
TP Link MR400 has enough advanced settings to set it up the way you want including parental controls where you can limit access to the internet or only certain websites during specific times. Great to manage the kids's screen time.
Select the device (by MAC address) and select the "white list" option to block this device from accessing the internet.

Nov 17, 2019

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Amazon Customer Review

This item can be used for either landline or mobile broadband. I bought it to replace the very old mobile broadband router which was starting to play up. From the start the Archer MR600 proved to be a big improvement compared to the provider issue. It is easy to set up, unlocked for any network SIM card, and as far as I can see, it makes the most of the strong mobile signal in our area, with the router in direct line of sight of the transmitter which probably helps. Our Speed test regularly shows between 60-70 MB/s download; 20-30 MB/s upload. The other bonus of the router is the One Mesh system which seamlessly covers deadspots in the house with extenders. With the old router, I had to constantly connect to a different broadband_EXT name around the house; with One Mesh, the router does this for you seamlessly and all extensions have the same name; not only that, you are connected to either 2.4 GHz or 5GHz, giving you the fastest connection available. All in all no hesitation recommending this router

Nov 13, 2019

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Amazon Customer Review

I needed WiFi in the motorhome, could have used a slower item but decided to see if the reviews about this item were really true - they are. This is not only a simple set up (I have set up a lot of routers) with an easy to use app, it delivered almost the same download speed as my fibre broadband home system. Blisteringly fast. Up to 64 users at the same time. Experience is that peak times for data use will lower the max speed you get. A mate who has the same unit gets 59Mb at 05:00 in the morning, it never seems to go below 15Mb during the day.

The smartphone app is a useful freebie as well, saves the usual struggle, clear as day information and configuration if you need it.

The two onboard antennas can be removed as they are normal SMA connectors, so you can plug in aerials of choice, remotely for example, like I am going to use a Teletonika MIMO combo antenna on my motorhome roof.

SIM of your own choice fits in a slot (even comes with a Nano SIM adaptor to help use your phone SIM). This item uses 12V DC for power, mains adaptor supplied. It uses 1.5 Amps current, which is slightly more than the lower speed models, but acceptable to me.

The only problem you have is to decide which phone company is best for the location where you are going to use it. Bear in mind, this will enable full HD video streaming if you choose which will eat data allocation fast if you have a limit. I am using a new company if yourS MART You can probably guess who they are.

Nov 11, 2019

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