We check out the broadband router b260a from Huawei

As you probably know, mobile broadband is still lagging behind in Ireland, with both companies and consumers proving to be particularly slow on the uptake. Of course this hasn't been help all that much by the fact that many providers are insisting on charging obscene rates compared to those found across the pond in the UK. It might not sound like much but the £2.99-£3.99 per day being charged by these companies certainly adds up and doesn't really make us want to run out there right away and sign up for a mobile broadband account.

Of course it wouldn't be all that bad if the reception was better than it tends to be. If you live near to a cell tower then things aren't going to be too bad - you'll certainly get speeds good enough to allow you to watch YouTube videos and browse without becoming frustrated, but if you're even a couple of kilometres from your nearest tower then you're in for a jerky ride.

At least that was the case until the broadband router b260a from Huawei was released. This excellent mains powered device allows up to 35 wireless devices to be connected to it at any time, and includes similar settings to those found on more traditional routers and modems - including all the security options you need to ensure that your network is kept as safe as possible, as well as clear of freeloaders, at all times.

Not only does it have a brilliant range of features, but it's a piece of cake to use, earning it two thumbs up from us. If you're in the market for a new mobile broadband router then this is definitely the device for you.

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