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Question about a cellular router


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I want to buy a cellular router (which also supports flash lines) I wanted to know if there is a difference between a 4G router with a port To which connect a cellular dongle or SIM that connects directly to the router, which is better?

Is there another option to buy a cellular router that is designed for a cellular net? It looks like a cellular device and is also cheap, starting at NIS 219 BOON 4G? 


Must have undecided help!


post Scriptum. 


I was looking for a support router But it is terribly expensive and can reach NIS 2000. There is nothing cheap at the moment, so I will settle for 4G.



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I have the option to buy DLINK DIR-2150 for 260 NIS or TP LINK VR400 for 290 NIS for KSP. TP LINK has a Bezeq modem connection and DLINK does not have one, DLINK has 2 inputs One USB2 and the other USB3, the WIFI speed is much higher and think there is not much difference 

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