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Inputting Two 4G LTE Signals into a Router?

Discussion in 'General Wireless Discussion' started by Nathan920, Feb 14, 2018.

  1. Nathan920

    Nathan920 New Around Here

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    So I have a RT-N66U Asus router, the only way I can get internet is by plugging a phone with a 4G signal works great, but what would happen if i got another device and plug it into the 2nd USB port? would it combine the singals?? or would i have to get other hardware to do that?
     
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