I bought a sim card from an mobile provider, and I can use it as a hotspot, using my cellphone. So, I can make my cellphone into a hotspot router, using this sim card. Do you have some recommendations on which router (a proper piece of hardware, not a cellphone) would work with 4G sim card, as a hotspot router? The 4G+ is written on the provider's site, if I find more info on bands I will have them written here.

  • Do you have any idea the bands your SIM operator operates on?
    – Dhruva
    Jul 16, 2018 at 5:31
  • In regards to bands, 4G+ is written. If I find something else, I will update the question more. Jul 16, 2018 at 8:04
  • Why do you want a separate piece of hardware as opposed to just using your phone?
    – JMY1000
    Jul 17, 2018 at 0:57
  • @JMY1000 because I do! :) Haha, well, because it gets really hot, and I only love myself and my best girl to be hot :) not a stupid iPhone..... ;) Jul 17, 2018 at 6:55
  • Getting hot isn't really an issue most of the time, I'd strongly recommend just using your phone.
    – JMY1000
    Jul 18, 2018 at 2:19

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I Think you're looking for something like one of the following:

1) TP-Link M7350 Mobile Router

2) Huawei E5577

Bonus: If you're not on a tight budget here's one of my favorites the Netgear AC810-100.

Hope this helps.

  • Thanks, even though, the first one costs around 100 euros, right? Jul 21, 2018 at 22:05
  • It all depends on country and stores.. For Example: in the Italian Amazon Store, the TP-Link costs around 79,99€ - in the English site (.co.uk) it goes from 74,49£ to 79,99£ (that converted in €s it’s 89€ ~). From my experience, Huawei tents to keep the price a little bit lower than other vendors, but most of the phone carriers use the Huawei network chip for their “branded” 4G router, so even tho you’d cheap out a little, you won’t sacrifice quality. Obviously those 3 are not the only 4G routers out there, so if you find one that better fits your need, feel free to go for it :)
    – EdwardKirk
    Jul 22, 2018 at 9:59

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