The NETGEAR Nighthawk mobile hotspot router is the world’s first commercial gigabit class LTE mobile hotspot router to achieve maximum download speeds of 1Gbps It combines ultrafast download speeds support for cat 16 LTE advanced and 4 band carrier aggregation providing the best Internet connection possible while on the go or at home – Max 1 Gbps download speeds and 150 Mbps upload speeds – LTE CAT 16 4-band CA and 4×4 MIMO – LTE/4G Bands 1 2 3 4 5 7 12 14 29 30 66 – 3G Bands 2 4 5 – Full Dual-Band/Dual-Concurrent WiFi – WiFi 802 11 a/b/g/n/ac – 2 4” LCD panel – 5040mAh battery – Ethernet Port – USB-C Port – Dual TS-9 external 3G/4G antennas connectors. Refer instruction manual for troubleshooting. T-Mobile in the US has gone through some recent changes when it comes to their plans and as a result of those changes, some users may find themselves not being able to have their MR1100 Nighthawk M1 Mobile Router connect to the T-Mobile network. If you find that you are no longer able to connect to your MR1100 Mobile Router to the T-Mobile Network, please contact your T-Mobile support and ensure that your device is on the correct plan for mobile hot spots.
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Share WiFi internet access with up to 20 devices
Unlocked to accept all SIM cards (excluding Sprint legacy network); works best on AT&T and T-Mobile. Please check with preferred carrier on data plan details and limitations
Requires Nano SIM card from carrier and activation of compatible BYOD (Bring Your own Device) data plan that meets your data needs
Download speeds up to 1Gbps. Speeds may vary by service and proximity to nearest cell tower
One USB port shares storage for data or personal media streaming with connected wireless devices
5040mAH rechargeable battery powers all day continuous use and allows easy charging of other USB devices
Large 2.4 inch LCD screen provides data usage monitoring, mobile signal strength, and network management information
Backed by a 1-year limited hardware warranty
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