America’s Fastest 4G LTE

The Verizon 4G LTE Broadband Router is a high-performance, reliable broadband router for your home or small office. It offers high-speed Internet access for multiple users, via firewall-protected wifi and wired Ethernet connections.

The Verizon 4G LTE Broadband Router is a great Internet solution if you:

  • Need high-speed connectivity at download speeds up to 12 Mbps
  • Need portability with a powerful signal
  • Live in a dwelling not serviceable by HomeFusion® Broadband (condos, townhouses, high-rises, 3 stories or greater).
  • Need a more powerful solution than a Verizon Jetpack® for your residence or a small business
  • Don’t have Internet access
  • Have dial-up or low-speed Internet service
  • Need a router that can also be used as a backup solution when your existing broadband service is down

You can take advantage of high speeds from America’s fastest 4G LTE network at your home or small office. Access the Internet on up to four wired Ethernet-connected devices and over 20 Wi-Fi devices, like tablets, computers and gaming consoles.

 

You can connect over up to 20 devices via Wi-Fi at one time and up to four devices with a wired connection (Ethernet).

Actual range and speeds will vary based on the radio frequency conditions and obstructions within your home. Most devices should be able to connect within 150 feet of the router and may be able to connect at up to 300 feet unobstructed.

You can connect your devices to your router with Wi-Fi or with an Ethernet cable.

  • Connect with Wi-Fi

    There are two methods of connecting your router to your Wi-Fi network:

    • Push ‘N’ Connect (also known as WPS or Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
  1. Press the Push ‘N’ Connect/WPSbutton on the front of the router.
  • On your mobile device, go to the connection manager and select the WPS connection s
  1. If prompted for a WPS PIN, enter in the WPS PIN found on the label on the back of the router.
  • o Wi-Fi Network Name and password

    Note: Your Verizon 4G LTE Broadband Router comes with a unique Wi-Fi Network Name (SSID) and password located on a label on the router.

    1. Ensure that your device supports Wi-Fi and that it’s enabled.
    2. Using the device’s wireless connection manager, connect to the router using the SSID and password information provided.
  • Connect with an Ethernet cable
    1. Insert one end of an Ethernet cable into the yellow Ethernet port on the back of the router.
    2. Insert the other end of the cable into your device, such as a laptop or gaming console.

 

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