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GL.inet GL-MT300N-V2 Travel Router $25.94 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ GL-Tech via Amazon AU

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For those who are planning on travelling soon the popular and portable travel GL-MT300N-V2router is back on sale again, to get a 10% off simply enter in 'ZULVVFUJ' at checkout and that will bring down the price to $25.94.

Here is a detailed review link for the GL-MT300N-V2 if you would like to read up on its capabilities and functionality.

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    Reading some of the comments here, why people spend time at the hotel streaming/chromecasting?

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      Best way to play your favourite music videos whilst getting ready to go out sightseeing or partying.

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      If you're away for an extended period in a foreign country sometimes none of the shows are in English and you want to relax for an evening or you want to Chromecast your local Aussie news or a sports event via iview or similar. Or you're just too addicted to that new weekly Netflix series and just can't miss it. 😂

      Try a year and a half in Vietnam with the local TV being only Vietnamese soap operas or singing competitions 😂🇻🇳

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      I travel for work so much, I’ve done just about everything in a hotel room….

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    so just confirming, if at a location where it has wifi only (no ethernet), you connect this device to wifi and then it will allow you to plug in an ethernet device and also at the same time create another wifi network?

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      Correct. In fact you can change the WAN port to a LAN port so two wired devices. Or change a wired hotel port to WiFi (which is often better than the public Wifi).

      If you're moving hotels a lot you connect all your devices to the Mango once then you only ever have connect one device (the Mango) to the changing free/public/hotel WiFi. Nice if you travel with lots of devices or lots of people with devices.

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    I love Mangoes. Is this the R2E2 or Kensington variety?

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    Almost every new Android phone can run as a repeater achieving the same outcome - sharing the already established WiFi connection with other users, whether on a plane or in a hotel. This also works with Chromecast creating a local network allowing you to bypass hotels login screen.
    And yes, you can cast from the same device from which you're sharing the WiFi connection.

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    I believed the point to this device so you are protected from hacking due to connected to a public wifi. This the main reason why I brought one.

    Some one correct me if I am wrong

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    Keen to get more, anymore stock ?

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      Apparently it has been ozbargained out. Keep your eyes out as they're seem to be very popular.

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    Does any of your unit buzz?

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    So much for stock Amazon cancelled order seller unable too supply.

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    Got mine, works well

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