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CPE Pro - H112-372 vs H112-370

Fkofilee

Casual Member
QQ to the floor. If you had to buy one of the above - Which would you get.

H112-370 - N78 band only (Good for UK) and WIFI6 chipset
H112-372 - Cover N41 / N77 / N78 / N79 bands but no WIFI 6.

My money is on the 370 because it wont be leaving the country but just wanted your opinions on it. Are we likely to use other Freq Bands for 5G in the near future (Ofcom Permitting?)?
 

Stageshoot

Casual Member
I would say the same, if we do get any extra channels here its not going to be for a couple of years at least so the 370 is the best bet for now with the Wifi6 if you can make use of it
 

Fkofilee

Casual Member
Ta muchly. That was my initial thoughts.
No difference on 4G Bands for now on both devices so to me Im happy with the 370.
 

Fkofilee

Casual Member
BTW picking one of these up - Noticed a speed improvement already over my B535. Rather than 30 / 30 - I now get 65 / 40...
No 5G yet but i live on the boundary of the coverage in my local area.

That Cat19 Modem for LTE inside deffo makes a difference.
 

mobilebroadband21

Casual Member
Looking at getting a B535 myself! Surprised to see there is such a difference, any idea why ? Is it using different bands or just better internal antenna maybe?
 

kommando828

Top Member
Looking at getting a B535 myself! Surprised to see there is such a difference, any idea why ? Is it using different bands or just better internal antenna maybe?
Difficult to know without more info which also includes how the mast is configured, it could be the CAT19 vs the CAT11 means the bandwidth is improved if the mast is more capable than CAT11, or the antenna are more sensative.
 

aFrosty0

Casual Member
Anyone know if these are unlocked that vodaphone use?
Yes, I had one from Vodafone, was unlocked so used it to test Three and EE while I had it.
I can report its 4G performance is very good indeed, but 5G is unstable, even spitting distance from the mast.
 

Fkofilee

Casual Member
Right...

To answer all question on this one.

I got mine from Router Switch like some others - Came with Chinese Plug but with Adaptor :)

Vodas are locked I think like EE's. Or at least Ive seen a few reports some have been locked.
B535 uses Cat 7 Modem - But is still a nice little tool to get online.
Cat 19 on the router gives much more throughput.
 

Balb0wa

Casual Member
Thanks, gone for one, the Cat 19 on EE should be good, its better on my phone than the B535, shall give EE a ring, see if they will upgrade me onto the 5G plan.
 
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