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the deal code for the R499 x 36 deal from MTN retentions is 2020 991 CT 000 24 BF and it is only for upgrades to existing contracts that have reached term (e.g. the 2016 and 2018 BF contracts)Now there’s a Black Friday retentions deal 500GB day + 500GB night express after 12 which is R499pm x 36 months, no clue if DataShare applies to any portion there.
Yes you should be able to use datashare on 500gb of the 1tb and the prepaid numbers that you link don't need to be linked to your business. You can link pretty much anyoneHey guys,
I see this has been mentioned before, but I would like some confirmation if I could use Data Share on my subscription?
1TB R999 on Business account, it was sim only as routers were sold out.
I would like to use Data Share on a pre-paid sim, does the sim card have to be registered with the business details or personal details?
APN name is myMTN.
Below are the screen shots from the MTN apps:
Any feedback on the deal? Going well with the dual WAN?
I signed up for the contract last year October, only decided to experiment with load balanced dual WAN recently. Still playing around with this config.Any feedback on the deal? Going well with the dual WAN?
What's load balanced dual wan?I signed up for the contract last year October, only decided to experiment with load balanced dual WAN recently. Still playing around with this config.
Seems like an issue with the tower in my area. I have a Huawei B618 and a ZTE MF286c, the B618 kept switching to 900Mhz band, so I set it to 1800-2100 band, unfortunately haven't found a way to set the band on the ZTE. Will try moving the routers to a different location/ position when I get chance. Speed fluctuates between 20-40Mbps down and 10-15Mbps up.
Well, not exactly increase the bandwidth but rather to balance the tcp/IP connections.
For example, if I have 2 devices streaming Netflix, the router will split that traffic dynamically or I can assign a rule to tell the router which WAN connection to use for a specific device, but total bandwidth is the same as 1 connection.
I use an OpenWrt based router.
Could stream over one connection and game over the other, for example.What's the advantage of balancing the tcp/IP connections?