I know it’s easy to tell if the modem is using its backup wireless connection, but what I want to know is if there is a way to differentiate between whether it’s using 3G or 4G as the backup. When I log in to the modem’s admin page, I can see how many reception bars it has, but there doesn’t seem to be an indication of whether it is using the 3G network or the 4G network.
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Telstra Gateway Frontier: Eligible broadband service required. Available to premises in 4G coverage areas. Check coverage at Telstra.com/coverage. Your mobile backup connection is limited to speeds of up to 6Mbps for downloads and 1Mbps for uploads. Actual speeds will vary due to local conditions and content accessed. Telstra Air is not available while the Telstra Gateway Frontier is connected via the Telstra Mobile Network. Existing customers not recontracting and casual plan customers will pay $384 for the Telstra Gateway Frontier.
Now, as for whether or not you can get full 4G speeds, well that's dependent on what's going on in the cell around you, as it says.