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    Help me understand internet stick models

    Bell's internet stick is the Huawei E8372 seen here:
    http://www.bell.ca/Mobility/Products...out-this-phone

    I don't see this stick on the Huawei website, nor any explanation of the numbering system. They do have one similarly numbered called the E3372, seen here:
    http://consumer.huawei.com/en/mobile...pecs/e3372.htm

    They look different, but both support LTE with 150mbps down and 50mbps up. I suspect one is simply numbered/marketed for Canada, and the other for other places, perhaps domestic. It also looks like the Bell one (8372) can act as hotspot, but I cannot tell if the 3372 can. Can anyone confirm? It is a difference of about $30 on ebay.

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    The one on Huawei website looks like it does not support Canadian frequencies
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    LTE bands aren't listed on that model, so we wouldn't know.

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    the source has the band's listed as LTE bands 1,2,4,5,12,17; Rogers has 700(12/17),850(5),1700(4),1900(2); so, probably those, or similar.

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