I realise a similar question has been asked recently, but my requirements are slightly different (but probably not that unusual/uncommon)...
Having seen the positive results from people on here about switching to 3 for their internet use I am contemplating doing the same as I can almost halve my monthly cost while at the same time more than tripling my up/down speed (My BT ADSL2+ connection currently gives me 4Mb up and .4 down on a good day, too far from cab for FTTC and while BDUK have us down for FTTP its not planned until sometime near the end of 2020!)
So, I am looking for a 4G LTE modem and wondered what other people were using and what their experiences were, my requirements are fairly straight forward:-
1) 4G LTE
2) Modem/Passthru mode
I have my own Ubiquiti USG 3P and a set of Ubiquiti Switches and Access Points so want to retain those, hence the bridge mode requirement. I currently use a Draytek 130 (also in bridge mode) between the BT point and the USG and so simply want to replace it in the setup with a 3G modem.
Latency and Jitter don't really concern me with the 3G as I don't do VOIP or Gaming, I just do web browsing, netflix and a VPN to the office for work.
I have looked at the Netgear LB2120 which would suit my needs but am looking at alternatives for comparison and some assurances that the devices actually do what they say (the Netgear devices in particular have reports of not working correctly in bridge mode, I know the USG also has had its issues, but the latest beta software seems to have settled all of those down now, but the proof is in the pudding as they say).
I guess I could use any 3G modem/dongle device if it has a an ethernet port and bridge mode, but don't see the point in buying something that has wifi capability when all I will do is disable it by placing the device in bridge mode.
Ideas/Suggestions gratefully received...