Modem Compatibility
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Below are the list of modems we offer and the type of service they can be used:

Netcomm NL1901

The NL1901 is perfect for connecting to the NBN in Australia and comes with a VDSL2/ADSL2+ port and Ethernet WAN port allowing it to work with high-speed internet connections such as NBN Fibre to the Premise (FTTP), Fibre to the Node/Basement/Curb (FTTN/FTTB/FTTC), Fixed Wireless and Satellite connections, in addition to its 4G LTE capability.

Netcomm NF10WV and NL18ACV

Connect up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices at the same time with this dual band, light and thin elegant design with LED indicators 3000mAh battery supports up to 8 hours of working time, and 480 hours of stand-by time. Connect with just a touch of a button.

Netgear AC800S

AC800S, features support for Category 9 LTE and 3-band Carrier Aggregation, with the ability to achieve theoretical download speeds of 450 Mbps. Category 9 LTE Advanced connectivity means peak download speeds up to 50% faster, swift application response times, reliable connectivity and a better overall user experience for buffering data-heavy programs such as multimedia and video files.

Huawei B818

Huawei B818 is the world's first LTE Cat19 CPE powered by HiSilicon's latest chipset Balong 765 and which will be available for large-scale commercial deployment. Huawei B818 supports up to 8x8 MIMO in the downlink, CA, and 256QAM to achieve a maximum theoretical downlink rate of over 1 Gbit/s. With this Huawei B818 WiFi router, WTTx(Wireless to the x) networks can provide user experience equivalent to optical fiber networks.

Nokia FastMile

The 5G modem is easy to set-up and connects wirelessly to the 5G mobile network with seamless 4G/LTE backup.

Positioning this 5G modem inside your home as close to the nearest 5G tower as possible is vital for optimal performance. Please be aware that the best position for your 5G modem may not be the same location as your current modem.

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