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The one I got was original, no network logo
13 Mar 2014 by Martin W.
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Yes of course. Our device is original Huawei, factory unlocked and will work with any SIM.
26 Mar 2014 by Un cliente
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Yes and it works pretty well I have the older 532 and signal is much better and 4g as well ..good bit of kit use it all over Europe and Russia
2 Apr 2014 by William Rattlepilum
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Yes, some models of Synology NAS support wifi (via a compatible USB adapter), so you could theoretically hook them up that way. Accessing your NAS from the Internet side might be problematic without forwarding ports on the E5776 or using DMZ for the NAS though.
27 Jan 2015 by Matt
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You can indeed use an existing SIM. There is no account linking, you have to insert a SIM card :)
5 Jun 2014 by Creative Craig
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It does not say 5 gb . It does show usage on the built in screen.
22 Jul 2014 by Andrea Taylor
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Hi, the battery is fixed inside the unit but can be removed and replaced by taking off the back cover and pulling the battery out from its adhesive Many thanks from Eternal Communications Ltd
23 Mar 2014 by ETERNAL COMMUNICATIONS LTD
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Hi, yes, it 100% does allow it, as that is how we use it for work.
10 Nov 2014 by Geneva I.
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We tried it with a three.ie ( Ireland sim) and an EE sim, and both work, so I don't see why a O2 sim wont work
5 Sep 2014 by Geneva I.
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