The Internet Alternative

5G Cellular Routers for High Speed  Internet 

T-Mobile, Verizon or  AT&T  SIM Cards

How It Works

Step 1. Purchase 5G Router

Net Buddy 5G Router


Cudy 5G Router 


LT 500 4G Router

Net Buddy Outdoor Router
Coming Soon

Alternative to External Outdoor Antennas

Step 2 – Purchase your TMobile SIM card / Data plan directly from Net Buddy

Monthly payment is autopay / recurring

Step 3-  Sim card and router Shipped priority. Plug in your router & Enjoy Your Internet.

Plug n play no configuration needed when router purchased with plan.

Not getting good enough speeds?

Try these external antennas on Amazon.

If they don’t provide extra signal you can return them promptly, taking advantage of’s excellent return policy

4×4 MIMO Directional







2×2 MIMO Omni Directional







Paddle Antennas









How Do I Go About Getting A Refund?

Fill out RMA Form to Notify Net Buddy that you want to return router 

Must be started within 10 days of delivery.

Send router to Net Buddy 590 Bloomfield Ave. Suite 253 Bloomfield NJ. 07003. We will grant refund upon receipt of router.

Is the service guaranteed?

There is a money back guarantee on items if router doesn’t work for you.

How to setup AT&T account to use in Net Buddy routers

Step 1. Purchase an AT&T Prepaid SIM card from Target or your favorite retailer Click to see sample.

This is the same cell phone plan /SIM card and service we sell to our AT&T users.

Step 2. Set up your new purchased SIM card online  click here

NOTE:  When setting up your AT&T account use an Iphone 13 or late model cell phone  IMEI number to enter into the IMEI box. You can generate ONE HERE

Step 3.  Insert SIM card into router

Make sure you have proper settings in your router. IE. IPV4/IPV6 enabled TTL 64 etc.

Proper Net Buddy 5G router settings HERE


Net Buddy is a company that provides internet hardware for homes and businesses.

They specialize in providing 4G LTE and 5G wireless internet solutions as an alternative to traditional wired internet connections.

They sell routers and other equipment needed to set up and use their wireless internet service.

They are mostly focused on providing internet hardware in rural and underserved areas, where traditional wired internet infrastructure may not be available.


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