Friday, October 31, 2014

Congrats to 3Gstore Customer Benoit P. For Writing Review of a Remote Power Switch - 1 Outlet - Home Automation and Remote Reboot (Routers, WebCams, Servers, etc)

Congrats to Benoit P. of St-Hubert, Quebec who just won a $25.00 Restaurant.com gift code for writing a review for Remote Power Switch - 1 Outlet - Home Automation and Remote Reboot (Routers, WebCams, Servers, etc) at 3Gstore.com! Every week we randomly pick one product review from the previous week and award the writer a $25.00 gift code. We appreciate ALL the reviews our customers write, whether they are positive or negative - honest reviews like Benoit P.\'s help other customers decide if the product is right for them. After you purchase a product from 3Gstore.com, we encourage you to log in and 3Gstore.com and leave a review letting people know how the product worked for you - you'll be helping others, and you'll automatically be entered to win a restaurant.com gift code!.

Just perfect . no glitch no problem on installation work like a charm !!!!!


Thursday, October 30, 2014

Sprint Spark launches in 17 new markets

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Today Sprint customers in 17 new cities such as Cleveland, Columbus, Denver, Sacramento, Seattle and the Minneapolis-St. Paul, now have access to the power of Sprint Spark™, an enhanced LTE service delivering peak wireless speeds of 50-60Mbps with increasing speed potential over time. Sprint Spark, available in 46 markets across the country, is expected to cover 100 million people by year-end.  

Today’s 17 new Sprint Spark markets include:
  • Bay City, MI
  • Midland, MI
  • Saginaw, MI
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN
  • Seattle, WA
  • Columbus, OH
  • Mount Vernon, OH
  • Sheboygan, WI
  • Denver, CO
  • New Philadelphia, OH
  • Tiffin, OH
  • Flint, MI
  • Ogden, UT
  • Youngstown, OH
  • Henderson, NC
  • Sacramento, CA
Sprint offers 38 Sprint Spark-enabled devices, including some of the world’s most popular devices such as the iPhone® 6, iPad Air™ 2, Nexus 6, Samsung Galaxy S® 5, LG G3, HTC One (M8) and many others. With its unique combination of network technologies, spectrum capacity and tri-band devices, Sprint Spark is designed to greatly improve the performance of video and other bandwidth-intensive applications. It enables stutter-free video chat on-the-go and mobile gaming that leaves lag behind. 

The Sprint network also includes nationwide HD Voice and 4G LTE service in 540 markets. In addition, Sprint’s Rural Roaming Preferred Provider program includes 27 carriers, with plans to extend 4G LTE coverage in 27 states, covering a population of more than 38 million.  

As part of a multi-year network overhaul, the company has transformed its network to deliver improved network performance. Sprint recently received 84 first-place or shared first-place RootScore® Awards for network reliability, call and/or text performance* in cities across the country, according to reports by independent mobile analytics firm RootMetrics®. Looking ahead, Sprint will continue to invest in its nationwide network by implementing new technologies and techniques to make the network more efficient and deliver improved performance and faster data speeds than before.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Surecall FCC-Approved Verizon Direct Connect Amplifier Now Available at 3Gstore

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The first direct connect 4G LTE amplifier since this year's FCC rule changes for amplifiers is here: the Surecall SC-SoloVI-15. The SC-SoloVI-15 has an MSRP of $220 and works on the Verizon 700mhz LTE frequency ONLY (it will not help with Verizon 2G or 3G signal, nor wiill it help with the Verizon AWS "XLTE" frequency, nor will it help with ANY other carriers' networks - an AT&T version is due later this year) and, along with a high-gain LTE antenna, is the best way to improve and stabilize weak LTE signal.

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The SC-SoloVI-15 include two 6' cables (one to use if you're connecting to a traditional adapter cable, and one to use if you're connecting to a device with an SMA antenna connector), power supply, mounting kit, and a 6" magnetic mount antenna

The SC-Solo-VI-15 replaces the popular CM700V-32 amplifier, which was discontinued earlier this year when the new FCC regulations went into place. 3Gstore received a small batch of amplifiers last month and were impressed with the results, as were the lucky few customers who were able to purchase from that first batch. Michael from Amherst, NY, shared his thoughts in this review: "+15db gain with this little unit. Tested with a small Wilson directional panel antenna also purchased from 3GSTORE. Tested with/without panel antenna. Gained an additional 15db with the panel antenna on top of the 15db from the amp, excellent compliment. Works ridiculously well and easy!"

Specifications
  • Frequency Range: Uplink: 776-787 Mhz / Downlink: 746-757 Mhz
  • Standards Supported: LTE
  • Gain: 15dB
  • Max Output Power: 1 watt EIRP
  • Impedance: 50ohms
  • Noise Figure: Maximum 5 dB
  • VSWR: Less than 2:1
  • AC Power Transformer: 110VAC,60Hz IN/6V
  • RF Connectors: SMA/Female (SMA to FME adapters included)
  • Power Consumption: <9W
  • Dimensions: 4⅞” x 2¾” x 2”
  • Weight: 1lb 13oz
  • FCC ID: RSNM2M-V
The Surecall Verizon Direct Connect Amplifier is available NOW at 3Gstore!

Peplink Releases New InControl 2 Version

Peplink has released a new version of their cloud based device management tool, InControl 2. InControl gives you a way to remotely manage multiple routers all in one place. You’ll have access to such things as advanced administration tools, configuration settings, and reports. This new version is 2.0.21.4.

Here’s what’s included in the changes:
  • VLAN ID setting support* for SSIDs now available for the Peplink Balance, and MAX models  
  • Device names defined on InControl 2 are now pushed to devices as their Router/AP Name 
  • Users can choose which types of events to receive email notifications on. 
  • Wi-Fi/Device Reports can now be downloaded as a CSV file. 
  • Location tracking data can now be downloaded as a GPX file. 
  • Implemented various UX tweaks, fixed various bugs. 

*This will only work if the VLAN ID set within an InControl-configured SSID is one of the VLAN IDs set in the local device Web Admin LAN settings. For example, if the InControl SSID VLAN ID is set to 25, then 25 needs to be among the VLAN IDs set in the local device. 

Create your own InControl 2 account and start managing your devices today!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

FTC Sues AT&T for Misleading Customers


The FTC (U.S. Federal Trade Commission) announced today that it is suing AT&T for misleading millions of their smartphone customers. Apparently, customers who have paid for unlimited data plans are being throttled, even though this was NOT disclosed in the information AT&T provided to them. Reports show that in some cases, speeds have dropped almost 90%.

The charges filed in the lawsuit were put forth with the assistance of the FCC, which technically has jurisdiction over the mobile provider. The FTC states that the company had performed a "deceptive failure" to disclose its mobile throttling plan. An additional comment from FTC chairwoman Edith Ramirez sums up their view on the issue: "Unlimited means unlimited. AT&T promised its customers 'unlimited' data, and in many instances, it has failed to deliver on that promise."

It was found that AT&T began throttling data in 2011 after customers used 2GB of data - an amount most of us can go through quite quickly. In fact, the FTC claims that about 3.5 million individual customers may have been throttled more than two-dozen times.

After learning of the news, AT&T general counsel Wayne Watts made the following comments:

“The FTC’s allegations are baseless and have nothing to do with the substance of our network management program. It’s baffling as to why the FTC would choose to take this action against a company that, like all major wireless providers, manages its network resources to provide the best possible service to all customers, and does it in a way that is fully transparent and consistent with the law and our contracts. It's the second time this month the company has been bitten by the federal government. Earlier in October, AT&T was forced to pay $80 million back to consumers after it billed customers for unauthorized third-party charges. The FTC claimed the company billed for "hundreds of millions of dollars in charges originated by other companies," usually in amounts of about $10, for subscriptions to ringtones and other text message-based content. AT&T was said to have kept at least 35 percent of the charges it billed to its customers in a practice known as "mobile cramming."

Friday, October 24, 2014

Congrats to 3Gstore Customer James L L. For Writing Review of a MobileMark BLACK Multi-Band 4-Cable Antenna for MiMo 3G/4G Cellular, GPS, & WiFi

Congrats to James L L. of Boynton Beach, Florida who just won a $25.00 Restaurant.com gift code for writing a review for MobileMark BLACK Multi-Band 4-Cable Antenna for MiMo 3G/4G Cellular, GPS, & WiFi at 3Gstore.com! Every week we randomly pick one product review from the previous week and award the writer a $25.00 gift code. We appreciate ALL the reviews our customers write, whether they are positive or negative - honest reviews like James L L.\'s help other customers decide if the product is right for them. After you purchase a product from 3Gstore.com, we encourage you to log in and 3Gstore.com and leave a review letting people know how the product worked for you - you'll be helping others, and you'll automatically be entered to win a restaurant.com gift code!.

Superb antenna. Works great!


Thursday, October 23, 2014

3Gstore.com is Mobile Friendly!

Did you that 3Gstore.com has a mobile friendly site? We wanted to make it easier for our customers to access our web page on the go. No need to download an app that you then need to update regularly. Just pull up a web browser on your iOS or Android device and simply type in 3gstore.com!

Want to access a specific item? Click Search, then type in the shortcut # + the item number (i.e. #4136) and the product page comes right up.

Want to access your saved 3Gstore shopping cart? Click Search, then type in the shortcut c + your cart number (i.e. c1234) and your shopping cart will load.

You can also log into your 3Gstore account to change/update your information, check past orders, and access our Support Portal for available documents on the products you’ve purchased!

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

What is Going on with Millenicom and the Transfer to Verizon?

Since 1998, Millenicom has been providing customers with a low cost mobile Internet solution. As an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) they have utilized the Sprint and Verizon Wireless network infrastructure to provide the service. With the backbone of these 2 major US providers, and the ability to provide the service at discounted price, Millenicom was the go to solution for both rural homeowners and travelers alike. When the news broke late Thursday (10/16) that Millenicom had been acquired by Verizon Wireless, it’s no wonder it came as a total surprise to everyone involved.

Millenicom customers, or at least most of them, received the following email from the company’s owner Dennis Castle…

Dear Customer, 

We are announcing the acquisition by Verizon of the Millenicom customers who use their service. There should be no interruption with your Internet connection, they will be in contact with you regarding plan options. 

Please accept our most sincere appreciation for the opportunity to be your Internet provider. 

Dennis Castle 
Owner 
Millenicom Inc.

However, a lot of other customers are reporting that they ONLY received this 2nd email the company had sent out…

Dear Customer, 

This is to correct an earlier email that was sent to you regarding your service. Verizon Wireless, the carrier providing your wireless service, may be contacting you about options for your ongoing service. Going forward your relationship will be directly with Verizon Wireless. Millenicom will no longer have any role concerning your account and Millenicom does not now or will have any relationship with Verizon Wireless. Thank you and we apologize for any inconvenience this notice may cause. 

Even now, there is a level of uncertainty throughout the customer base, ourselves included. “How long will my service stay active?” Or, “What options will Verizon be offering?” We wish we had a definite answer to give you all, but it’s still just speculation and hearsay.

What we do know, from our customer reports, is that Millenicom no longer has the ability to update data usage. This MIGHT mean that you can get away with using more than your 20GB allotment for the rest of the month, but no promises! Regarding service options - Verizon requested one of our other Millenicom customers to provide their Mobile Number (or MDN) for the service so they could assist, but to what extent, we cannot be sure at this time.

There’s also been a lot of talk about them grandfathering Millenicom customers in on the same plan, same cost, but no confirmation. We suggest contacting Verizon in the mean time and see if they can tell you anything. If you cannot find the mobile number of your line of service, we suggest giving them the SIM card number, which the service is attached to.

For now, we believe that service should at least stay active until 10/30 or 10/31. Verizon should be contacting customers sometime this week to go over options. However, without knowing how many customers they actually need to contact, there’s no telling if or when it will happen.

New questions and answers keep coming up all the time so please check out Verizon Takes Over Millenicom Customers for regular updates!

Monday, October 20, 2014

Sprint announces layoff of 452 jobs at headquarters

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Earlier this year in a Sprint SEC filing they announced their plan to cut costs by laying off employees to better meet the changing dynamics of the workplace. At the end of quarter 2 Sprint took a $160 million hit due to severance packages from the last round of layoffs after Marcelo Claure took over as CEO of Sprint. In a filing last Friday they announced that 452 jobs will be terminated at the company’s main headquarters after 477 job cuts earlier this year. The layoffs are to reduce company overhead as Sprint plays catch up deploying Sprint Spark 4G LTE coverage to areas to compete with Verizon’s XLTE network and AT&T’s 4G LTE coverage. 

Friday, October 17, 2014

Congrats to 3Gstore Customer Ray G. For Writing Review of a Pepwave Surf SOHO 3G/4G Router w/ WiFi as WAN Firmware 6.1.0

Congrats to Ray G. of Villa Ridge, Missouri who just won a $25.00 Restaurant.com gift code for writing a review for Pepwave Surf SOHO 3G/4G Router w/ WiFi as WAN Firmware 6.1.0 at 3Gstore.com! Every week we randomly pick one product review from the previous week and award the writer a $25.00 gift code. We appreciate ALL the reviews our customers write, whether they are positive or negative - honest reviews like Ray G.\'s help other customers decide if the product is right for them. After you purchase a product from 3Gstore.com, we encourage you to log in and 3Gstore.com and leave a review letting people know how the product worked for you - you'll be helping others, and you'll automatically be entered to win a restaurant.com gift code!.

Ordered the router because my old Craddelpoint was starting to deteriorate. This router is said to have a strong wireless signal and works well with my Verizon air card. Ordering was a breeze and the router was here in a day or two. It was plug and play, only configuration that I did was because I just wanted to play around with settings. Works like a charm and the 3gStore was a pleasure to work with as always.


Thursday, October 16, 2014

iPad Air 2 Uses new Apple SIM to Switch Between Carriers with Ease!


Good news for cellular iPad users! The new iPad Air 2, which goes on sale tomorrow, will come with Apple’s own semi-unlocked SIM card. The SIM will work with multiple US carriers including AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.

Unfortunately, Verizon won’t be supported! Users who want Verizon service instead will likely need a CDMA model of the iPad. Of course, Sprint does support CDMA as well, but for some reason the Apple SIM won’t support Verizon’s.

Now, if you start with one carrier, you’ll have the option and ease to switch to another!

Monday, October 13, 2014

Cradlepoint COR IBR1100 & IBR1150 announced

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The CradlePoint COR IBR1100 & IBR1150 Series is a compact, ruggedized 3G/4G/LTE networking solution designed for mission critical connectivity in the most challenging environments.
Ideal for in-vehicle networks including police cars, ambulances, and mass transit, this cloud-managed solution provides organizations the ability to scale deployments quickly and manage their vehicle networks easily in real time. 

With an extensive list of safety and hardening certifications, the COR IBR1100 is engineered to protect against extreme temperatures, humidity, shocks, vibrations, dust, water splash, reverse polarity and transient voltage. 

Key Features:
  • Cloud Managed through ECM
  • Dual-Band, dual concurrent WiFi (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac)
  • Ruggedized for vibration, shock, dust, splash & humidity
  • Ignition sensing
  • Certified 3G/4G/LTE enterprise grade internal modems
  • Software defined radio supports multiple carriers (Gobi)
  • Built-in Transient and reverse polarity voltage protection
  • 9-36 DC voltage input range
  • Integrated temperature sensor
  • Active GPS support
Specifications:
WAN
  • Integrated 4G LTE modem (with 3G failover)
  • Three LAN/WAN switchable 10/100 Ethernet ports – one default WAN (cable/DSL/T1/satellite/Metro Ethernet)
  • WiFi as WAN, Metro WiFi; 2x2 MIMO "N" 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz; 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (IBR1100 only)
LAN
  • Dual-band dual-concurrent WiFi; 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (IBR1100 only)
  • Three LAN/WAN switchable 10/100 Ethernet ports – two default LAN
  • Serial console support for out-of-band management of a connected device
  • PORTS
  • Power
  • 2-wire GPIO
  • USB 2.0
  • 3 Ethernet LAN/WAN
  • 2 cellular antenna connectors (SMA)
  • 1 active GPS antenna connector (SMA)
  • 2 WiFi antenna connectors (R-SMA)
  • Serial DE-9 (commonly called "DB-9") connector – RS-232 (out-of-band management of an external device requires a null modem adapter/cable)
TEMPERATURE
  • −30° C to 70° C (−22 °F to +158 °F) operating
  • −40 °C to 85 °C (−40 °F to +185 °F) storage
  • Includes temperature sensor with options for alerts and automatic shutoff
HUMIDITY (non-condensing)
  • 5% to 95% operating
  • 5% to 95% storage
POWER
  • DC input steady state voltage range: 9–36 VDC (requires inline fuse for vehicle installations)
  • For 9–24 VDC installations, use a 3 A fuse
  • For > 24 VDC installations, use a 2.5 A fuse
  • Reverse polarity and transient voltage protection per ISO 7637-2
  • Ignition sensing (automatic ON and time-delay OFF)
  • Power consumption:
  • idle: typical=400mA@12VDC (4.8W); worst case=800mA@12VDC (9.6W)
  • Tx/Rx: typical=650mA@12VDC (7.8W); worst case=1300mA@12VDC (15.6W)
  • 12VDC 2A adapter recommended
SIZE – 5.3 in x 4.4 in x 1.4 in (134 mm x 112 mm x 35 mm)
WEIGHT – 16.1 oz (457 g)
CERTIFICATIONS
  • FCC, CE, IC
  • WiFi Alliance (IBR1100 only) – 802.11a/b/g/n certified, 802.11ac supported
  • Safety: UL/CUL, CB Scheme, EN60950-1
  • Hazardous Locations: Class I, Div. 2 (pending)
  • Shock/Vibration/Humidity: compliant with MIL STD 810G and SAEJ1455
  • Ingress Protection: compliant with IP64 (includes protection from dust and splashing water)
  • Materials: WEEE, RoHS, RoHS-2, California Prop 65
  • Vehicle: E-Mark, compliant with ISO 7637-2
  • Telecom: PTCRB/CTIA, GCF-CC
GPS
  • GPS Protocols: TAIP and NMEA 0183 V3.0
  • Accuracy:
  • < 2m: 50%
  • < 5m: 90%
  • Acquisition:
  • Hot start: 1 second
  • Warm start: 29 seconds
  • Cold start: 32 seconds
  • Sensitivity
  • Tracking: −161 dBm (tracking sensitivity is the lowest GNSS signal level for which the device can still detect an in-view satellite 50% of the time when in sequential tracking mode)
  • Acquisition (standalone): −145 dBm (acquisition sensitivity is the lowest GNSS signal level for which the device can still detect an in-view satellite 50% of the time)
  • Operational limits: altitude < 6000 m or velocity < 100 m/s (either limit may be exceeded, but not both)
Large Cradlepoint deployment? Request a formal quote

Friday, October 10, 2014

Congrats to 3Gstore Customer JESS M. For Writing Review of a CradlePoint MBR1200B 3G/4G Mobile Broadband Router w/ WiFi as WAN Firmware 5.1.2

Congrats to JESS M. of Columbia City, Indiana who just won a $25.00 Restaurant.com gift code for writing a review for CradlePoint MBR1200B 3G/4G Mobile Broadband Router w/ WiFi as WAN Firmware 5.1.2 at 3Gstore.com! Every week we randomly pick one product review from the previous week and award the writer a $25.00 gift code. We appreciate ALL the reviews our customers write, whether they are positive or negative - honest reviews like JESS M.\'s help other customers decide if the product is right for them. After you purchase a product from 3Gstore.com, we encourage you to log in and 3Gstore.com and leave a review letting people know how the product worked for you - you'll be helping others, and you'll automatically be entered to win a restaurant.com gift code!.

I bought this as a replacement for a previous Cradlepoint, and I thought it was easier to set up than the previous models that I've had. I've had it on line for a couple weeks, with no problems whatsoever. I'm currently using only a cable ISP, so I can't comment on the 3G/4G capabilities at this time. Upgrading the firmware was straightforward and simple.


Sprint doubles the data for business customers

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sprint (NYSE: S) continues to keep its pledge to double the data compared to AT&T and Verizon1 at the same or lower price. Beginning Oct. 10, the Sprint® Business Share Plan will again double the data, now delivering 240GB to 800GB of data to business customers with 50 to 100 lines. 

The latest promotion, running through Oct. 31, 2014, provides businesses double the data for $50 to $150 less per month than a similar promotion from AT&T. What’s more, Sprint will waive the $15 access charges for unlimited talk and text through the end of 2015 for customers who bring their number to Sprint and activate a phone. This new pricing promotion is available only through installment billing.

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The limited time promotion builds on the recent launch of the Sprint Business Share Plans. The affordable new pricing plans challenge the high cost of doing business with wireless companies by offering large amounts of data and savings – with double the data at pricing that is equal or less than comparable plans offered by the competition. 

Poor Sprint Signal? Get a wireless repeater

How to Activate Your Sprint Cradlepoint Modem


This tip sheet provides the necessary steps on how to get a SIM card (size 2FF) from Sprint and how to activate the SIM on a compatible CradlePoint router.

Pages: 1

Download How to Activate Your Sprint Cradlepoint Modem (only available for 3Gstore customers who have purchased one of the products below)

Products:

Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Sprint MC400 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Sprint 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Sprint 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Sprint 3G/4G

Thursday, October 09, 2014

How to Activate Your Verizon Cradlepoint Modem


This tip sheet provides the necessary steps on how to get a SIM card (size 2FF) from Verizon (unless you've purchased from 3Gstore.com) and how to activate the SIM on a compatible CradlePoint router.

Pages: 1

Download How to Activate Your Verizon Cradlepoint Modem (only available for 3Gstore customers who have purchased one of the products below)

Products:

Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Verizon MC400 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon 3G/4G & GPS, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G , Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G

How to Activate Your Verizon Cradlepoint Modem




Pages: 1

Download How to Activate Your Verizon Cradlepoint Modem (only available for 3Gstore customers who have purchased one of the products below)

Products:

Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Verizon MC400 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon 3G/4G & GPS, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Verizon Multi-Band 3G/4G

Friday, October 03, 2014

Congrats to 3Gstore Customer Ron M. For Writing Review of a Remote Power Switch - 1 Outlet - Home Automation and Remote Rebooting (Routers, WebCams, Servers, etc)

Congrats to Ron M. of Poland, Ohio who just won a $25.00 Restaurant.com gift code for writing a review for Remote Power Switch - 1 Outlet - Home Automation and Remote Rebooting (Routers, WebCams, Servers, etc) at 3Gstore.com! Every week we randomly pick one product review from the previous week and award the writer a $25.00 gift code. We appreciate ALL the reviews our customers write, whether they are positive or negative - honest reviews like Ron M.\'s help other customers decide if the product is right for them. After you purchase a product from 3Gstore.com, we encourage you to log in and 3Gstore.com and leave a review letting people know how the product worked for you - you'll be helping others, and you'll automatically be entered to win a restaurant.com gift code!.

Great product. Easy to setup. iOS app works great. Solved my problem of router reset for internet security cameras at a remote location


AT&T Beam (Netgear 340U) Troubleshooting Guide


Due to the inconsistencies* we've encountered when using the AT&T Beam with routers, we've created this tip sheet guide for our customers. It covers a few troubleshooting methods we've discovered may help establish a connection on our Cradlepoint and Peplink/Pepwave routers.

NOTE: This will not resolve issues for everyone. If the AT&T Beam won't connect, even after trying these methods, we recommend purchasing the AT&T USBConnect Momentum (Sierra 313U) as an alternative. Contact 3Gstore.com for more information!

*For some background info on the AT&T Beam and our experience using it with routers, see here: http://www.evdoinfo.com/content/view/4756/64/


Pages: 6

Download AT&T Beam (Netgear 340U) Troubleshooting Guide (only available for 3Gstore customers who have purchased one of the products below)

Products:

Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Sprint MC400 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ AT&T/Canada MC400 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Verizon MC400 3G/4G, Peplink Balance 20, Peplink Balance 30, Peplink Balance 1350, Peplink Balance 210, Peplink Balance 2500, Peplink Balance 2500-SFP, Peplink Balance 310, Peplink Balance 380, Peplink Balance 580, Peplink Balance 710, Peplink Balance One, Peplink Balance One + 3yr Warranty/2yr InControl, Peplink Balance One + Speedfusion, CradlePoint CBA250, Cradlepoint CBA750B, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Sprint 3G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ AT&T/Canada 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC CBA750B w/ Sprint 4G, Cradlepoint CBR400, Cradle point CBR450, CradlePoint CTR35, CradlePoint CTR350, CradlePoint CTR500 EVDO Travel Router, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Sprint 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ Canada LTE/HSPA+, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 w/ AT&T/Canada 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 - Europe, Cradlepoint COR IBR600 (No Embedded Modem), Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Sprint 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Verizon 3G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ AT&T/Canada 3G/4G, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ Canada HSPA+, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ AT&T/Canada 3G/HSPA+, Cradlepoint COR IBR650 w/ AT&T/Canada HSPA+ (International Power), Pepwave Max 700 Load Balancing/Bonding Router, Pepwave MAX BR1 With Global 3G GSM, Pepwave MAX BR1 with AT&T/Canada 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX BR1 With Global 3G GSM + European HSPA+/LTE, Pepwave MAX BR1 with Verizon 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX BR1 With Global 3G GSM + CDMA 3G, Pepwave MAX HD2 MediaFast w/ 2 x Euro pe LTE, Pepwave MAX HD2 MediaFast w/ 2 x US/Canada 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD4 MediaFast w/ 4 x Europe 3G/4G, Pepwave MAX HD4 MediaFast w/ 4 x US/Canada 3G/4G, Pepwave Max On-The-Go with Load Balancing, Pepwave Max On-The-Go with Load Balancing & Speedfusion, CradlePoint MBR1000, CradlePoint MBR1200, Cradlepoint MBR1200B, CradlePoint MBR1400, CradlePoint MBR1400, CradlePoint MBR1400 Refurbished, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Sprint 3G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Verizon 3G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Canada LTE/HSPA+, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ AT&T/Canada 3G/4G, Cradlepoint ARC MBR1400 w/ Sprint 4G, CradlePoint MBR900, CradlePoint MBR95, Pepwave MediaFast 200 Caching Router w/ 120GB SSD, Pepwave MediaFast 500-A Caching Router w/ 120GB SSD, Pepwave MediaFast 500-B Caching Router w/ 240GB SSD, Cradlepoint PHS300, Pepwave Surf On-The-Go, Pepwave Surf SOHO 3G/4G Router

CradlePoint AER2100 Sim Card Insertion Tip Sheet


CradlePoint AER2100 Sim Card Insertion Tip Sheet. The SIM card is the small removable plastic card that must be inserted into your CradlePoint AER2100 to enable your router to connect to a Verizon/AT&T Network.

It contains subscriber details, and security information. The SIM card also stores data that identifies the caller to the network service provider.

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Download CradlePoint AER2100 Sim Card Insertion Tip Sheet (only available for 3Gstore customers who have purchased one of the products below)

Products:

Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Verizon 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Sprint MC400 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ AT&T/Canada 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Canada LTE/HSPA+, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ AT&T/Canada MC400 3G/4G, Cradlepoint AER 2100 w/ Verizon MC400 3G/4G

Thursday, October 02, 2014

Verizon Wants to Increase or Double Your Data!

The mobile broadband competition continues as Verizon Wireless starts offering increased and doubled data plans to their More Everything customers today. The increase comes at no additional charge to the customer. Like Sprint and AT&T, the offer does come to an end on October 31st. Check out the rates and data allowances below.
The data increases also apply to business accounts. The current allotments between 20 GB and 50 GB will be doubled for the same price. Be aware that customers will still be charged a per-line access fee each month to utilize the data. The fee is dependent on the device and how the customer is paying for that device.

In addition to the double data announcement, throttling has once again come up. Verizon had originally planned on throttling their grandfathered unlimited customers starting today, but apparently they’ve changed their minds! While this comes as a welcome surprise, who knows how long they’ll keep it going.

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Will the Bash "Shellshock" bug affect my products from 3G Store ie. Cradlepoint, Peplink, or IP Switch/EZ Outlet?

Bash is a little language designed for giving commands to your computer. It lets you call programs, modify files and control your system just by writing a bit of text.

3GStore is working with manufactures to ensure our products are protected from the Bash Bug. Our customers’ security is our top priority.

All Products available from 3GStore are protected from the Bash Bug:
  1. Both Remote Power IP switch (2-Outlet & 1-Outlet) systems are not based on Bash Commands and are not affected 
  2. CradlePoint, Inc. While CradlePoint's products and solutions were not affected by the Bash Bug, and we have taken precautions to ensure it stays that way. 
  3. Peplink has verified and confirmed that all of our products do not contain/use "GNU Bash" and therefore we are NOT affected by this vulnerability.