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Old 11-02-2019, 10:55 AM   #1
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"Model Changeover" sale on WiFiRanger EliteAC

As WiFiRanger transitions from its existing product line to its new line of Converge routers, it's having a HUGE sale on the WiFiRanger Elite AC, what has been the top of the line model for the past several years.

The Elite AC (packaged with a GoAC indoor router) has been selling for $749.99. It's now priced at $549.99. But act fast, quantities are limited.

Here's a link to the sale: https://www.wifiranger.com/elite-ac-sale/
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What is the difference between the Teton and the Denali. Why does the Denali cost $300 more
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What is the difference between the Teton and the Denali. Why does the Denali cost $300 more
The principal difference is that Denali has a higher-power WiFi transmitter and it comes with a CAT6 LTE modem as standard. On the Teton, the modem is an optional item.

Here's a link to a chart that provides comparisons for both the rooftop and indoor WiFiRanger routers:

https://wifiranger.com/converge
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So the Denali will boost Wifi but not Cellular. Since the Denali needs a sim card would I need to get a sim card from my cell provider and then pay for the data I use every month. Can the Denali use the boosted signal from my Weboost? Thank You for your time and answers
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So the Denali will boost Wifi but not Cellular. Since the Denali needs a sim card would I need to get a sim card from my cell provider and then pay for the data I use every month. Can the Denali use the boosted signal from my Weboost? Thank You for your time and answers
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The Denali doesn't contain a cellular amplifier, but by placing the modem on the roof it derives a degree of "positional advantage" by having a somewhat better line of sight to the cellular tower and avoiding the signal loss caused by passing through the wall of your RV.

Yes, if you get a SIM from your cellular carrier, you can used it in the Denali just as you would a "regular" hotspot. WiFiRanger products are currently approved AT&T and T-Mobile use and Verizon certification is in process.

Alternatively, if you wanted to use your WeBoost you could always tether a hotspot to the Ranger's indoor router (Spruce, Aspen or Poplar).

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