Is the 5500A still a supported product

Discussions about BiPAC 3G/4G/5G products: 7800GZ, 7300GX, 8902NZ, 5500A ...etc
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adeux001
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Is the 5500A still a supported product

Post by adeux001 »

Hi,

I am looking for a 4G/5G backup solution for a satellite broadband in a rural area with no fixed line.

The 5500A looks to be what I need, but it is not available in the Billion UK Amazon store. Only one UK online retailer appears to have stock.

Would I be better getting an 8900AX-2400 and a plug in stick which would be a significantly cheaper option.

Thx

A
billion_fan
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Re: Is the 5500A still a supported product

Post by billion_fan »

adeux001 wrote: Thu Jul 07, 2022 9:56 am Hi,

I am looking for a 4G/5G backup solution for a satellite broadband in a rural area with no fixed line.

The 5500A looks to be what I need, but it is not available in the Billion UK Amazon store. Only one UK online retailer appears to have stock.

Would I be better getting an 8900AX-2400 and a plug in stick which would be a significantly cheaper option.

Thx

A
Contact sales@zcomax.co.uk for enquires about the Bipac 5500A.

The Bipac 8900AX-2400 with a USB 3G/4G will be difficult as only certain dongles are supported.

There are cheaper options (not 5G) standard CAT 4 router (non Billion)

https://www.zcomax.co.uk/IDG500-0T012.html
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