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  1. dan51868

    dan51868 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Be kind...new to your world and first post.

    I currently have DSL & call forwarding with a dedicated fax phone setup that also has a recorder that forwards to my cell phone in the field with Century Link. They charge me roughly $90 a month and I have no problems sending large inspection files.

    Now, I would like to eliminate all of the above, if this EVO 4g can replace everything I've been using to date. I'll get a fax/email service to upload reports to clients. I also would like to link all three computers.

    Should I purchase two (wife's phone) usb connectors or go with the "Hotspot" setup?

    If this is not possible, I will not purchase the phones tomorrow.

    Forgive me if this is posted in the wrong area and appreciate your advice in advance.

    Dan
     

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  2. RiverOfIce

    RiverOfIce Banned

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    It is possible but you should not do so. It is a phone not modem, you if you need a modem and live in 4g area, get clear. For about $55 bucks a month you get both mobile and home service.

    If you are going to use the phone as a modem, it will make a bad modem.
     
  3. dan51868

    dan51868 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Okay, so if I understand you, I should keep the current DSL & call forwarding from Century Link. I then can remove the fax machine & answering phone and use an email/fax service to send reports.
    Then I will not need the add on 3G Mobile Broadband Plan for 59.99 per month. Right?
     

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