I'm looking at adding a 4G connection to my existing broadband utilizing my existing routers load balancing function and it seems that £20 a month gets you the sim OR £22 a month gets you the homefi and the sim. The homefi looks like its a £100+ item so £48 extra over two years doesn't seem that bad.
My concern is if this homefi might be a bottleneck for traffic. I dont want it to handle devices or provide wifi I just need it to handle the data part of it with my router doing all of the other stuff.
Do I need to spend more to attain better speeds?
The location I will be using it is more rural than where I am now. I did a quick speedtest with my phone in one of the rooms of the property and got a 55mb/15mb result so I'm hoping in the loft space the speed should be improved.
I'm happy to spend money if it'll actually be of benefit but if all I'll gain is the ability to have more users on the devices wifi I really dont need that.