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4:10 AM
@MathCubes NETGEAR Nighthawk M5, model MR5200. I have one and I use it with T-Mobile.
It's expensive and a bit hard to get (it took me a few weeks for mine to ship from the NETGEAR online store), but the performance is outstanding.
Doesn't support mmWave, but that isn't relevant to your use case as you're out in the country.
If you're using T-Mobile, make sure you're getting either a Mobile Internet line or T-Mobile Home Internet. A regular voice line won't work.
The MR5200 is designed to be used either as a portable hotspot or as a 5G fixed-wireless gateway. In the latter case, you can keep it plugged in without the battery installed.
I went out of my way to get a dedicated hotspot device because I have a long commute and a lot of things to do. At some point, smartphone tethering just isn't going to cut it.
> there is only 1 that is upgrading their infra to 5G but than they are going to drop support for 4G
Wait, what? They're shutting down LTE there, seriously?
That makes no sense. Most 5G networks operate "non-standalone", meaning they hang off an LTE connection.
T-Mobile is the only national carrier in the US that operates a standalone 5G network at scale. Standalone means it can function without LTE service. Can't say much about rural carriers, though...
Are you talking about the legacy Sprint LTE network that T-Mobile is shutting down and repurposing for 5G? If that's the case, you basically just need a new 5G gateway. The MR5200 supports 5G SA.
 
 
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7:12 AM
Hi. My Google review for a 2 wheeler showroom is not published maybe because owners flagged it. I see it only when I log in.

But the thing is it was most honest experience I had shared and it was really important to share. Probably owners and their team didn't like it and they all flagged it.

Any way I can appeal and post it again?
 
 
14 hours later…
9:15 PM
@Vikas I'm not sure what you think you're appealing here, but pretty sure it doesn't belong here :)
 

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