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Osprey 2 it says10 devices does that mean 10 people can use at the same time

When it says that an Osprey2 can take upto 10 devices does that mean when I am on holiday with my family 10 people can use the internet through it

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‎21-07-2016 11:01 AM

Re: Osprey 2 it says10 devices does that mean 10 people can use at the same ti

@ChrisBuck Yes it's exactly that up to 10 devices can connect at the same time bear in mind the more connected and using it the more data it will use

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Re: Osprey 2 it says10 devices does that mean 10 people can use at the same ti

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Yes 10 people can use but 10 devices same time,
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‎21-07-2016 11:01 AM

Re: Osprey 2 it says10 devices does that mean 10 people can use at the same ti

@ChrisBuck Yes it's exactly that up to 10 devices can connect at the same time bear in mind the more connected and using it the more data it will use

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Re: Osprey 2 it says10 devices does that mean 10 people can use at the same ti

Thank you for the information, you say size of data let us say 4 maybe 5 would use SKYPE and 4 or 5 would use the internet at the same time, would that come within the 4G 
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Re: Osprey 2 it says10 devices does that mean 10 people can use at the same ti

Yes it would all come out of the same allowance I just obviously the more of you using it the faster the allowance will go 
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