Unlimited Data 4G LTE Fast Hotspot | No Contract | No throttling | Up to 20 Devices | Wirelessbuy

Unlimited Data 4G LTE Fast Hotspot | No Contract | No throttling | Up to 20 Devices | Wirelessbuy

hey guys EBPMAN here would you like to
have access to the Internet no matter where you are for all of your electronic
devices in your home well today we’re going to talk about a mobile router
brought to us by Wireless buy that solves that very problem today we’re
looking at the Nighthawk m1 let’s check it out so guys this solution from
Wireless buy is gonna solve various use cases if you were looking to have
internet access in your home maybe if you have a summer home or a winter
cottage that you want to go to or if you’re just simply traveling and would
like to have a hotspot for business purposes you’ll want to check out this
video because we’re talking about a unlimited data solution that has no
throttling for a very low price with a very good router so let’s go ahead and
take a look at the specs and we’ll talk about the use cases associated with the
solution from Wireless buy let’s get right to it
make sure you hit the subscribe button and tap the little bell icon to get
notified when new videos become available so now let’s take a closer
look at the router and all the features before we do the unboxing so what you
have here is the Nighthawk m1 gigabit LTE mobile router and as we take a look
at the features you’re gonna have a router capable of downloading data and
uploading data at the fastest possible speeds for an LTE router so this is
really good speeds as you can see here you do have an integrated data usage
monitor which again because Wireless by is giving you unlimited data with no
throttling it’s just good to know what your data usage is but you’re not gonna
have to worry about you know hitting any caps you do have super fast Wi-Fi and
the ability to connect up to 20 devices you also have the fact that you can use
this on a single charge because it has a robust battery all day especially if
you’re traveling if you’re RVing or if you’re you know just out in the park and
you want to have internet access in the hotspot for multiple devices you can do
that to the actual hotspot also can serve as a battery backup to any devices
and that’s also a great thing to have it has parental controls and you have two
ways of accessing the actual router you could either use the mobile app or you
can use your browser going through your app to access all the settings so let’s
do the unboxing now as we do the unboxing a couple
I just wanted to mention is that the internet service is being provided
through or via t-mobile and as we take a look at the router this is a really
hefty router it’s one of the best in-class routers on the market available
today so we’ll go ahead and put it over to the side and you’ll see that after
that what we have is user guide so if you’re interested in the user guide and
then what you have is a power brick and then a USBC cable so you have a modern
cable that you’re gonna be connecting your router to so now let’s take a
closer look at the router and we’ll talk about all the features that we see here
all right so first of all you can see that there’s a display where you can see
how much data you’ve used and how many days are left on your plan now keep in
mind that Wireless buy is giving you unlimited data with no throttling so
this is just a good indicator to so that you can see how much you’ve used it’s
also going to show how many devices you have connected now in our home work card
cutters so we have no standard television no cable television and
everything is coming through the internet so we’re talking about Netflix
you’re talking about Hulu you’re talking about all those services Amazon they all
work fine with us and one of the neat things about this is that you have two
bands on this router so if I press this button once what you’ll notice is that
it’s gonna switch and show you your 2.4 gigahertz band if you press it again
it’s going to show you your 5 gigahertz man so you have two bands that you can
work with now the significance of this is that if you are in let’s say a
college setting or even in an airport where there’s a lot of two-point-four
usage and you’ll find that anywhere you’re gonna find a lot of people in a
lot of connectivity switching over to five can make a big difference when it
comes to speed I tend to use five even on my phone when I use it as a hotspot
that’s what I go with so the fact that it has two bands and you can see those
two bands is a really good thing now as we look at this side here in the front
you have a USB port this USB port is used to charge another device or to do a
physical tether I haven’t used a tether feature but I have used it as a battery
backup to my tablet or my phone and it works really well you’ll notice also
that you have your USB C port and then you have an Ethernet connection now this
easier net connection is an Ethernet in so if you’re in a hotel setting and you
want to continue to use your router but actually route the internet from the
hotel through the router for security reasons you could do that as well now
let’s say you’re in a very area and for whatever reason you’re not
getting good connectivity one of the things that you could also do with this
router is attached an antenna so what you’re seeing here are the context
points that you can actually connect an external antenna that you can maybe
mount outside or you can mount it on on your window with the glass suction cup
all right on this side right here you have your power button and that’s all
there is to it now many of you may be curious as to
what kind of speeds I’m getting in my home so let’s go ahead and do this so
I’m connected to the router I am in speed test and I’m gonna hit go so we’re
just gonna see what kind of speeds were getting what are our download speeds and
what our upload speeds are remember this is gonna vary based on where you live
also you know what kind of noise you have in your neighborhood how many
devices you have in your house but as you’re seeing here I’m getting a hundred
and seventeen looks like a hundred seventeen megabits yeah a hundred
seventeen megabytes and then from an upload there it goes 17 18 19 and see if it stays at 19 yeah
it looks like it’s gonna stay at 19 so that’s not bad again unlimited data all
on this plan it’s going to be 117 download for me 19 up it’s pretty good
alright now for those of you who may be curious about streaming things like
YouTube let me show you how that would work so I’m gonna just add my channel
now I’m gonna choose one of the most recent videos that I’ve done and here
you see how quickly the video is coming up and is being served and again that’s
all coming through this router so it’s pretty fast we’re gonna do is we’re
gonna go back and we’ll try another video just to give you a sense and
choose this one on some other bands and you can see how snappy that is we’re
gonna pause this one get into another video we’ll choose this one right here
and you’ll notice how it comes up and it’s going to start playing we’ll do it
one more time just you can see the speed we’re gonna try this mystery box one and
you’ll notice BAM it’s working so very very fast connectivity and again it’s
gonna satisfy the needs of your home either mobile mobile home or your
physical home alright so now let’s take a closer look at the app so I went ahead
and I logged into the app and there are two versions of this app there’s a
version that’s available on Android and a version that’s available on iOS and
they both have the same features so as we take a look at the
app itself as soon as you log in you’re gonna see how much data usage you’ve
used what the session has been like and that’s what you see there the actual
network as well as your battery level but your plan right which like I said
you don’t have to worry about that you do have your network name as well as a
pastor to that network and then you’ll notice at the bottom that you have two
bands you have five gigahertz and a 2.4 gigahertz this will support both bands
running at the same time which is really important because in your home there are
devices that may not support five so having both bands going is important
because then that gives you maximum compatibility so now let’s go ahead and
check the Wi-Fi area so no Wi-Fi area you’re gonna see that you have 2.4
gigahertz 5 gigahertz or a dual band in my case I would advise that you have
both going because you do have devices in your home they’re going to support
one or the other yeah so it’s this is gonna give you
maximum compatibility here you can see all the detail that you would expect in
a router but for your primary your secondary as well as some other settings
that are pretty standard when you’re looking at you know just routers in
general you can see your devices and you’ll see the device names and then
what you could do is go into this little support area so the app is pretty
straightforward and very simple so next let’s check out
the website so we can see where we can find this router so we’re here at
Wireless bhai’s website and you can notice this is the router page and
you’ll see that the router itself is $219 so that’s $219 for this router and
then you’re looking at $79 a month no contract unlimited data no throttling
for up to 20 devices that’s great deal what do you think
about this router what do you think about the capabilities let me know in
the comment area below and as always thanks for watching

Danny Hutson

100 thoughts on “Unlimited Data 4G LTE Fast Hotspot | No Contract | No throttling | Up to 20 Devices | Wirelessbuy

  1. I have Cox high speed unlimited internet it's $49.95 a month. So why would I want this? I have free hotspot on my phone if I'm traveling. So I don't get this?

  2. I may have missed it. But where can I see if I'm covered with the service and where I can sign up at?

  3. Even with the cost, I was considering this item because my internet provider is crappy. Unfortunately, the neighbors who have T-Mobile cell service in the hood complain about service coverage where we are at. Damn, I thought I had a fix for my current situation, but thanks for sharing!

  4. These companies have replaced throttling with deprioritizing. You will be shut down after 30-50 gigs after a short time. Take pictures of you download amounts, it won't last.

  5. dont forget to hit the dislike button on your way out…
    this is a scam 69 bucks sounds cool but thats not what you pay

  6. Thanks for this. In my area of upstate NY I was forced to use point to point wifi for internet which is more expensive per month and slower (4 mbps download speed w/ unlimited data). This is going to be a massive improvement. And the coupon code still works!

  7. Purchased Netgear Nighthawk M1. This router and service is a piece of crap! Battery overheats! Router sleeps always have to reconnect! Speeds are slower than my cell phone Internet! I pay $69.00 per month? Rip off!

  8. im on sprint 60 bucks a month i get unlimited 4g data and use over 200gb a month of data and never get throttled. Ill stick with this.

  9. Tmobile is junk,I'm on a Verizon wireless existing account unlimited hotspot for only $20,I'll stay with that !!!

  10. 80 dollars a month i pay less for more and less ping ,i noticed yours was over 30 ,you can still get lag over thirty ping ,what a rip off.

  11. Can you hook up xbox to download updates for games and you system not for playing online i live out in country where they only have Hughes net which is no good

  12. Are you able to put your own Sim card from your phone and then just use like the amount of data that you have on your plan instead of paying $80 a month

  13. I pay $20 a month at Verizon. No thanks. T-Mobile has one of the worst coverage areas. I'm a over the road truck driver,and my has T-Mobile.

  14. You don't need the modem. Your phone can act as the hot spot – T mobile does run unlimited but deprioritizes after 50 Gs if congested. I pay less than 50 from T-Mobile my only questions if how good the service is outside of cities and perhaps the modem would help pick up signals better with right antenna – wireless I think the speed is roughly the same all carriers

  15. How well is the coverage??? I don't care about the price. Being a truck driver internet is something that can be vital.

  16. Android or iOS what’s the difference, is either or, or just ios. So if I have a ipad my android box will, not work? Confused! I have the feeling of being hustled

  17. Well I have T-mobile service and my speeds are at home range from about 2mbps to about 20mbps. On average it's usually around 5-8 Mbps whereas my Centurylink internet averages from 30-40 Mbps topping out at 60mbps. CenturyLink charges me $45/mo. So I don't really see a need for this. Not useful enough to justify that price tag. If it was $50/mo I'd consider it. It's better for anyone with Tmobile actually to probably just stick to their mobile hotspot and either buy extra lines strictly for the data.

    I have 4 unlimited lines at $140/mo. That's roughly a total of 200 high-speed GBS before any throttling. There's a workaround for to use all 200gb's of data for hotspot usage if you have andriod. IDK about apple.

    I'm a data hog using about 60-85gb's of data a month on my phone alone so I love the idea but it's only for a select few.

  18. There is absolutely throttling. I got hit this afternoon and it was cut off not slowed down. When I called I was pointed to the fine print. 50 gb is there unlimited. Cut off not slowed down.

  19. You were doing great from unlimited data right up to the point when you said T-Mobile and all hell broke loose then added the $79 price just destroyed it.


  20. i think it's great and 79$ isn't a bad price, but with internet prices going up, up & you know UP is it affordable ,for most of us nope!
    But i wish i could…

  21. Seems like a thinly veiled pitch for t-mobile. I'm in such a deep fringe that with a booster I can get only one provider, and it sure isn't t-mobile.

  22. $80 is a joke, buy this router with an AT&T iPad plan, $34.95 unlimited data.. and it’s not T-Mo dog shit either.

  23. The question I would have is how well does it work on non LTE networks?
    Also say your cloest network is verizon how will it work. In my area there is no t mobile network.

  24. its basically like having an extra phone line but the data is just sent straight to the router. Don't understand why they throttle your internet on your phone if you tether from your phone

  25. I have an update: I bought the sprint hotspot with the Franklin R950 hotspot. On both plans (tmobile and sprint) after 50gb of data you are subject to deprioritaion. I ran into this last week. The speed did come back but it was a few days later after what ever event was going on left. You are always subject to this! If you live in a congested area, be mindful of data usage.

  26. so i looked at theyre prices, and its not a money saver. my phone is portable, with unlimited data, and can connect my hotspot to my laptop for a cheaper price. theyre cheapest plan is 70-80 bucks. whats the point? i have a fuckin phone….i thought this was gonna be like 20-30 bucks but not yet, soon a company will come that'll make it cheaper, until then smart phone it is.

  27. I’m moving into the country and I just bought a new gaming PC definitely going to try this out. Can it get connection anywhere

  28. So if I decide to go the ATT route, do I have to buy the corresponding ATT model of the device or does it not matter?

  29. Great review. I'm curious about the mifi option but not curious enough to drop $200. If you're not deployed on the FOB behind hesco barriers but traveling as a tourist or stationed in a safe, friendly country, what's the advantage paying a couple of hundred dollars for the same minutes and data you'd get with a local sim card? With a local sim, you get a local number and virtually all the costs of ownership apply toward voice and data, as opposed to paying around $200 just for the privilege of owning the mifi that you'll have to spend even more money to top. Sure, they give you some data and minutes upfront, but not $200 worth. Getting a local sim card and replenishing it is easy. Plus, with a local sim card, its carrier will give you full access to its network without treating you like a red-headed stepchild as happens when networks grant access to guest carriers as the arrangement is with this mifi.

    Add to those inconveniences the hassle of carrying an extra device that would fill up another pocket or require you to carry a backpack, have yet another device to charge. Through lessons learned the hard way, I've gotten in the habit of carrying a portable battery if I'm out of town doing tourist things, so now I'd be looking at multiple more devices: my phone, my phone's charging cable, my portable battery, the mifi, and the mifi's charging cable.

    MIFIs are notorious for throttling data. This review is talking about mere megabytes. Local SIMs have served me well and at solid speeds from the UK to Singapore to HK to Taiwan.

  30. Hi i live in uae can i buy this
    If possible plz let me know howmuch price for devise and how much for plan

  31. I had the same sort of thing, mine was a huawei gigacube, it’s £80 a month but they done it for £50 a month, only problem is, it gives you a NAT type 3, so if your using it for gaming of any sorts it’s useless, also you can’t change the NAT type. Also the speeds were nowhere near what they said they would be, luckily I had 14 days to cancel for free which is exactly what I did. Just a little heads up for anyone looking into this type of thing.

  32. Mine is 80 now with home wifi and at best 3 Mbps this will be perfect for me thanks for the information will definitely be buying as long as it's not throttled

  33. Hmmmmmmm
    I think i will stick with the ATT plan for 35, or even the truly unlimited ATT Enterprise plan for 60. 80 for this one? nope

  34. We’d to see what my carrier. Arizona has comparable. I have unlimited data and can use my phone and iPads as personal hotspots now

  35. The new Librem5 phone by Purism comes with a Librem package where you can do all your phone usage either through wifi or through a minimal data package. Data packages start at about $25/mo.

  36. It's throttled, you have unlimited data, but only 20 GB of it is at 4G LTE speed then they throttle you down to 3G. So you may be getting 120 mb/s download speeds, but after you use up that 20 GB you'll be crawling along at between 1 to 3.7 mb/s.

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