Ericsson W35 Turbo Hub


Canada: Bell, NorthernTel, Rogers


May 2010


  • Access wireless high-speed Internet
  • Connect up to 15 devices at a time using Wi-Fi and/or Ethernet


Latest Reviews

5 Stars out of 5

works great

Reviewed on Thursday April 23, 2015 by , RR1 Midhurst
I've been using the Erikson Rocket Hub for 4 years now and haven't experienced any major problems unless there is a power outage. it works great. I have worked as a virtual agent for a major telecommunications company and no customer was ever inconvenienced due to internet connectivity. it has also been able to handle many programs being run across long distances. for those of us unable to receive cable or DSL its a fabulous alternative.
0 Stars out of 5

You'll be Sorry

Reviewed on Friday September 26, 2014 by , Rural Niagara Falls Ont
Don't get one.
Drops Internet signal 10-12 times a day.
We also have hub wireless phone which goes out a few times a day.
Parents also have a hub that provides good Internet with Ethernet connection but they lose their Hub phone service at all hours.Small comfort when 83 yr old parents need 911. Bought them a cell phone but mother can't work the cell.
Rogers tech admitted Towers are overloaded and Internet users are kicked out when Cellular demands are up.
Don't even ask how slow download and upload speeds are... if you can hold the signal long enough for the
If Rogers actually has competent technicians I've never spoken to one.
Kudo's to Rogers sales and billing dept though !
4 Stars out of 5

Works well?

Reviewed on Tuesday April 9, 2013 by , Toronto
I have the W35 and have never had a disconnect, overheat, or issues with speed. I have a 40' tower with the 3G Plus Antenna Kit-75 which obviously must make a huge difference. However having read all the other people's bad reviews I'm not optimistic!
5 Stars out of 5

NetGear TurboHub

Reviewed on Friday September 28, 2012 by , Western Quebec
Two years ago bought the Ericsson TurboHub and had store sign statement "Weekend money back guarantee if not satisfied." Back home, laid it flat on desk. Started it up. Half-hour later noticed it was starting to scorch a piece of paper. Store gave me a hellova time: seemed I exceeded an small amount of mbytes. Said I was locked into a 3yr contact. TG for the signed money-back annotation! (Quebec now has a law aganst huge penalties.)
Six mos. later read about NetGear Hub. Rogers did not have it; Bell did. Again, got a "one week money back guarantee." No problems, no heat issue
Have the 7g hub with month to month service.
Due to hills reception is good but minimal. Installed Wilson signal boosted antenna, (6 foot pole attached to fence.) Steady high speed except for bad weather when reception continues but reduced.
Considering upgrading to 21g, connecting Hub to second in-house tel. line for Bell's VOIP service. Yep, will cost in net service and use, but will be less than our Bell land line's long distance plan.
We're retired. Normal puter use is between 35g and 45g per month on tiered flex plan. Normally no download time outs. We lost service onceafter an earthquake took the tower out of service for a few hours.
The hub powers the puter by ethernet and 2nd floor by wi-fi; also provides net by wi-fi to TV. And makes the printer available to everything. Very pleased with NetGear (2nd year now). Don't understand folks' problems unless they are nowhere near a communcation tower.