NETGEAR Orbi Tri-band 4G Router with SIM Slot (LBR20)| LTE Modem built-in for Primary or Backup Internet | Coverage Upto 2,000 sq. ft. (175 m2) and…

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NETGEAR Orbi Tri-band 4G Router with SIM Slot (LBR20)| LTE Modem built-in for Primary or Backup Internet | Coverage Upto 2,000 sq. ft. (175 m2) and…
NETGEAR Orbi Tri-band 4G Router with SIM Slot (LBR20)| LTE Modem built-in for Primary or Backup Internet | Coverage Upto 2,000 sq. ft. (175 m2) and…



  • WORKS WITH ANY 4G LTE PROVIDER: Insert a Nano SIM card from EE, O2, Vodafone, 3 or others to get Internet speeds up to 1.2Gbps
  • REPLACE DSL OR USE AS A BACKUP INTERNET CONNECTION: Provides high-speed Internet for urban or rural homes where Internet service is weak or unavailable. Can also be used as a backup if your existing Internet service fails
  • FAST WIFI PERFORMANCE:  Covers up to 2,000 sq. ft. (175 m2) and 20+ devices with up to 2.2Gbps WiFi speed. Expand coverage up to 2,000 sq. ft. (175 m2) with additional satellites (sold separately)
  • EASY TO SET-UP AND MANAGE:  Set up WiFi in minutes with the Orbi app, manage WiFi settings, test and monitor speed
  • PARENTAL CONTROLS: Pause or schedule device Internet access, set online limits, view site history usage, filter websites and more
  • ADVANCED CYBER THREAT PROTECTION: NETGEAR Armor (powered by BitDefender) is network-wide anti-virus, anti-malware, fraud/phishing/ransomware security on an unlimited number of devices
  • WIRED ETHERNET PORTS:  Plug in computers, game consoles, streaming players and other nearby wired devices with 2 x 1 Gigabit Ethernet ports. Works with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant
  • SAFE, SECURE AND LOADED WITH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY:  Designed with MU-MIMO and beamforming technologies. Supports WPA2 wireless security protocols.  Includes Guest WiFi access, DoS, Firewall, VPN and more

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Specification: NETGEAR Orbi Tri-band 4G Router with SIM Slot (LBR20)| LTE Modem built-in for Primary or Backup Internet | Coverage Upto 2,000 sq. ft. (175 m2) and…

Is discontinued by manufacturer


Product Dimensions

7.9 x 17 x 22.6 cm, 780 Grams

Date First Available

7 May 2020


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5 reviews for NETGEAR Orbi Tri-band 4G Router with SIM Slot (LBR20)| LTE Modem built-in for Primary or Backup Internet | Coverage Upto 2,000 sq. ft. (175 m2) and…

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  1. Amazon Customer

    I switched to 4g home broadband from Three after being disappointed with the speed I got on Sky fibre. I went through two Huawei routers before settling on this one from Netgear. The stock router from Three was pathetic and even slower than Sky. I couldn’t understand why I got such an amazing speed with 4g on my iPhone but a terrible one on the home 4g. After some research I realised it was most probably all about the router. I tried a high end Huawei but it was completely unreliable. Finally I settled on the Orbi. It’s been fantastic and very reliable. We are thirsty users in my house with two people working from home all day with lots of simultaneous video calls etc. I also stream youtube all day long plus 4k video in the evening. This router handles all of this fantastically. The only fluctuation in speed we’ve had I’ve confirmed is due directly to the signal from Three. For the most part I’m getting over 50mb speed (about a mile from the tower) whereas on the previous routers…

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  2. harriet mills

    It’s price tag is there for a reason!!, my old huawei 8535 lte router download was 30mb and 55mb with external antenna and this router is 80mb! And 110mb with external antenna old router kept disconnecting and the Wi-Fi range struggled to reach over 8m, orbi router I can connect to it over 25m away lol!!! In my field haha, as we cannot get broadband we’re we are on Anglesey this router with a Vodafone sim card (unlimited) delivers faster speeds than my friends that have fibre that spent the same money a month, you will not find a better router with built in modem than this on the market it isn’t out there….

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  3. @Cyclist_MMXVI

    With the recent announcement of a price increase to our broadband package we decided to research what alternative options were available. We decided to try this router using a Network Three SIM. Set up was very straight forward as we already had the app on our phones from the home fibre broadband router. One weeks use and so far so good! Download & upload speeds do vary depending on the time of day but still adequate for our requirements. Added bonus is when we go on holiday, we can take our WiFi with us and not be reliant on poor connection & speeds provide by the host. Please do your research before you buy to ensure that this would be a suitable product for your requirements as it’s not a suitable alternative for everyone. It is relatively expensive as there are cheaper alternatives, but it is a quality product.

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  4. Lloyd G.

    Overall this is a fantastic router. Great performance and it interacts well with the orbi satellites in a mesh. It’s fast, reliable and has good coverage, i also found it very easy to use with Sky Q. Also the app is fantastic, plenty of really useful functions and you dont really need to use the web browser for settings and set up.
    A few minor issues which stops me from giving it 5 stars. It’s not as quick as the Huawei 4G 618 or 818 routers. I could get 125/130mbps on Vodafone 4G+ with those but only around 100 with the LBR20, so the modem in the Orbi doesn’t work quite as well for me. However Huawei is a no go for me in terms of security and also you can’t mesh that router.
    Secondly, I found that Netgear Armour had to be deactivated in the app, I couldn’t stream Amazon prime with it on, maybe there’s a firewall issue there which stops some streaming services.
    Lastly is cost, I think this is fractionally too expensive, maybe 40/50 quid. The good thing is that it’s not just an LTE…

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  5. droopy

    Having spent the last few years struggling with 6Mbps (max) download from BT copper into the house with no sign of fibre in the near future, combined with the need to work from home, i complained enough to BT that they sent me their own 4G mini hub. This gave me a pretty unstable 15Mbps, but at least it was an improvement. However having to hang the mini hub out of the window on the end of an extra long usb cable to get the best out of it, this was never going to be a long term solution. So i did some research and decided to invest in the Orbi 4G router and a rather expensive external antenna as i didn’t trust the statement in the answer to one of the questions posted on amazon that simply said ‘you do not need one’ without backing it up. Anyway it turns out that it is true. The Orbi gave me 30Mbps without the antenna and 30Mbps with the antenna out the window. So the antenna was returned, the window shut and the Orbi on the windowsill and it has been giving me a very stable 28 -…

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