I think it's great for accessing the net, always seems to get a decent signal and we have always been able to stream TV wherever we've been in UK and France. I know that is dependant on service provider but we tend to swap between EE and 3 just to manage our data. We can only use EE in the M2 at the moment, but we are out of the 6 month tie in quite soon so will be using 3 most if the time as we have unlimited data on that network.The Netgear M2 claims to be Cat 20, and obviously this is reflected in the price. How have you found it in practice? I've seen some mixed reviews.
we paid £150 up front through EE on a PAYG data contract which we cancelled after the first month and took out a better deal with them.
Negatives would be it's really easy (too easy) to turn it on as the on off button is badly placed and I haven't managed to sort out data offload when it's connected to an on site provided internet access (osmosis) which is one of the things I was hoping to do. It performs really well as a mifi but can only hold 5 text messages, but as I bought it to access the internet, that doesn't bother me. Has two aerial connections for MIMO antenna.
all in all I would highly recommend it and I am sure I'm not using it to its full capacity but it does everything it needs to do for me.