If you've been thinking about purchasing the Cradlepoint MBR95 router for your 3G or 4G modem, now is the time to strike! On March 1, 2013, Cradlepoint is raising the MSRP on the popular MBR95 to $149.99, and the MAP price (i.e. the lowest price retailers are able to sell it for) will be $124.99. For one more day only, 3Gstore still has the MBR95 for just $99.99!
The MBR95 is one of Cradlepoint's most popular routers, thanks to its easy-to-use interface, compatibility with hundreds of 3G and 4G modems from a variety of carriers (view the full compatibility chart here), and all the useful features it provides at a comparatively affordable price. It gives you 100-150' of WiFi range, plus 4 ethernet ports for wired connections, and its "WiFi as WAN" feature (which allows the router to pick up external WiFi hotspots like a MiFi/Jetpack or even a public hotspot like Starbucks or RV campground WiFi and use that as the source of internet) makes it even more versatile.
You can view the full specs at 3Gstore.com/mbr95, and make sure to get your order in TODAY (February 28th) before the price goes up!
Below are just a few of the many raves 3Gstore has received from customers using the MBR95 (click here to read more MBR95 reviews):
"Coupled with my MIFI 4620L (Verizon) in the WAN as WIFI mode, it's the ticket for my remote RV adventures"
"This product worked perfectly right out of the box. Easy to set up and have had no problems with it. I should have purchased one of these years ago. I now have a fast reliable connection using my Verizon air card."
"I needed internet access integrated into my LAN so I could set up a SONOS music system in my house. My local computer store told me this could not be done [with my Jetpack]. I ordered the MRB95 and it shipped the same day. I received the router 2 days later, installed it using the 3G Store instructions, and solved the problem using the router's advanced settings. I only have average computer skills."
"What can i say, I have installed many wired and wireless routers and i can not believe how easy this was to set up. It was used on a legacy usb modem, plugged it in, it found it and connected. I setup the wireless sid and password and it was done."