OK, I am one (of the many people) who have rubbush broadband at home. At best, we get around 1.3Mbs due to our distance from the exchange. We are unlikely to have fibre provisioned anywhere in the near future.
I have recently re-visited the idea of using 4G. My SIM comes with 25Gb data and using it as a hotspot and connecting my PC, I managed to get around 20 Mbs.
I have now bought a 50Gb data SIM, on a rolling 30-day contract.
Putting it into my phone and connecting my PC, I now manage to get about 45Mbs Up and 20 Mbs Down !
I'm wondering if there is some way of connecting my existing household router to this SIM, allowing the whole household to connect to it (50Gb will be enough even between us, but I would keep an eye on it). The router is hard-wired to my PC and printer, and also to powerline connectors throughout the house.
I understand that you can connect a router to an existing network via cable, but I need to connect it ('if' it can be done) to the SIM wireless hotspot.
Alternatively, I believe that there are special routers that accept SIMs, such as the ones here:
Though these are £100 !
Is this the only way of sharing my 4G network? Or the 'best' way of sharing it?
Or is there some other way?