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Is it possible to hotspot to an entire Network?

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Ok so this may be dumb but I really don't know.    I had a decent network in my house but since Verizon came out with their new unlimited plan I canceled my old slower internet provider and just started using my hotspot for everything which isn't as handy but cutting a payment was necessary...   Which works fine but also a little annoying because everything i want to use needs to be connected every time.   So my Question is...   Is there a way for me to connect my hotspot to either a network router or a computer connected to a router.  So i could have internet on everything while i am home but not have everything disconnect from its network every time I leave?


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Hi there, and Welcome to Geeks to Go!

To give you a quick answer; Yes there is. There are routers that allow you to pop in a SIM card, which will then act as a 'service provider'. Some Mobile providers don't allow you to do this tethering though, since it usually takes up quite a bit of bandwidth.

Example: http://www.tp-link.c...cher-MR200.html

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