4G ROuters

Why Choose the 4G ROuter Option

Mobile phones aren’t the only devices able to take advantage of a superfast 4G connection. Businesses and home users can connect to the internet with a 4G router if the lined internet offers little to no speed. The 4G routers are popular for both rural homes and businesses.


Viable Alternative

A 4G Router can provide a viable alternative to ADSL / VDSL Internet services however you must remember it is not an always on service and the mobile phone network may disconnect your router at times, usually the router will automatically reconnect, sometimes you need to power cycle the router. Also – your 4G speeds will fluctuate during the day and at peak times your 4G download and upload speeds may be slower with increased latency.

The best way to deploy 4G Mobile Broadband for your office would be to install a business class firewall with multiple WAN ports and use a couple of 4G routers preferably with different network providers to reduce the risk of downtime.


 – Perfect for Rural properties with poor service

 – Provdies coverage across the building

 – Unlimited data contracts available



Your 4G LTE connection can be shared to multiple WiFi devices, but also wired devices, and peripherals such as printers, too. This allows you to create a complete temporary/mobile office in virtually any location.


4G is ideal for users unable to get conventional adsl or cable broadband, for example in rural and/or remote areas. This can be further enhanced with 4G antennas. Please call our experts for more information.


Perfect for temporary locations, as an alternative to fixed line broadband solutions. A 4G router is great for exhibitions and trade shows, or for demonstrations requiring an internet connection outside of the office.

Building sites

Where it is too costly or too impractical to install a hard line, 4G wins hands down. Building sites are a prime example. Operations running from portacabins can remain connected to head office at all times.

Fail-over connectivity

You’ll be able to keep up and running due to a DSL/FTTH Ethernet WAN option on the 4G router, which allows for emergency fail-over connectivity if either your fixed line or mobile broadband fails. Ideal in the prevention of downtime for your business!

In addition to the benefits above, 4G also has a better response time than 3G, due to lower latency. This means that a device connected to a 4G mobile network will get a quicker response to a request than the same device connected to a 3G mobile network.

If you need a solution for any of the scenarios above, or want to talk about 4G connectivity, please give one of our experts a call.