gobi 2000 card set up?

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Schrodinger_cube
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I have a Itronix laptop with a gobi 2000 wwan card in it and I am looking to get it on my telus account.

 

Just looking for help with how I go about connecting to the telus network as if it was a rocket stick or wireless modem?

 

 


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Mobility_Princess
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TELUS Employee

You can check your device's specific IMEI or ESN number here to see if it is compatible on the Telus network: 

 

http://mobility.telus.com/en/BC/phones-and-devices/devicecompatibility.shtml?eVar6=link

 

It says online it is for 3g so it won't be the fastest speeds. Or you could get a new internet stick/hub on a contract or outright. All the plans and contract options are here:

 

http://www.telus.com/en/bc/mobility/mobile-internet/?linktype=nav&INTCMP=LNK_frmCTA_TopNavigationAll...

 

Either way you would need a sim card for your device which will be $15. So you need to order that portion online, over the phone 1-888-692-8888, or pick it up at any store 🙂 

 

Mobility Client Care Rep

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Nighthawk
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Which carrier/ESN was the Gobi card firmware pre-set for? None of the listed default carriers supported are in Canada.


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Mobility_Princess
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You can check your device's specific IMEI or ESN number here to see if it is compatible on the Telus network: 

 

http://mobility.telus.com/en/BC/phones-and-devices/devicecompatibility.shtml?eVar6=link

 

It says online it is for 3g so it won't be the fastest speeds. Or you could get a new internet stick/hub on a contract or outright. All the plans and contract options are here:

 

http://www.telus.com/en/bc/mobility/mobile-internet/?linktype=nav&INTCMP=LNK_frmCTA_TopNavigationAll...

 

Either way you would need a sim card for your device which will be $15. So you need to order that portion online, over the phone 1-888-692-8888, or pick it up at any store 🙂 

 

Mobility Client Care Rep

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