UScellular Unveils Inseego 5G MiFi Hotspot

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UScellular is adding to its 5G device offering with the launch of its first 5G mobile hotspot, the Inseego 5G MiFi® M2000. This sleek, compact device is easily portable and has both 5G and 4G LTE connectivity for fast Internet on-the-go without the need to connect to public Wi-Fi.

Inseego’s enterprise grade security provides a secure, personal connection to help enable e-learning, remote working, telehealth applications and many other connectivity needs in cities, suburbs and rural areas.

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The MiFi M2000 is available at uscellular.com and in stores for $13.32 per month for 36 months ($479 MSRP) – with no activation fee – and service can easily be added to a UScellular unlimited plan.

“As education and work has shifted from traditional locations to homes over the course of this year, we’ve seen the importance of connectivity, especially in rural areas where broadband options can be less available, not reliable or overly costly,” said Kyle Bedtelyon, director of the device and accessory portfolio at UScellular. “This 5G hotspot can deliver a fast and reliable connection for remote workers and learners, while also benefitting business travelers, field service workers or providing extra capacity for homes with multiple people accessing the Internet at once. We are excited to work with Inseego to bring another 5G connectivity option to our customers.”

The Inseego MiFi M2000 can provide 5G or 4G LTE connectivity for up to 30 Wi-Fi-enabled devices, including laptops, tablets, smartphones and gaming systems. It’s 3,500mAh battery can provide an all-day connection, and its built-in security features can safeguard data with advanced encryption, hacker prevention and password protection.

“We are excited to help deliver a new connected experience to UScellular customers with our next-generation 5G mobile hotspot,” said Jodi Ellis, head of product marketing at Inseego. “This best-in-class device sets a new standard in mobile hotspot network performance and security and we are pleased to work with UScellular as they continue the expansion of their 5G network into new markets.”

The Inseego 5G MiFi M2000 empowers users to connect with confidence with a combination of best-in-class features that deliver:

Breakthrough mobile performance: Combining the Qualcomm® Snapdragon® X55 5G Modem-RF System with Inseego’s proprietary advanced RF technology design, the MiFi M2000 delivers the best available combination of 5G and 4G LTE speed, performance, and coverage.

More devices connected, efficiently: Stop the bottlenecks with Wi-Fi 6 which offers 4x greater capacity and significantly faster speeds for connected devices compared to Wi-Fi 5. This means that users can connect more devices at the same time, without compromising performance or sacrificing battery life. It securely connects up to 30 devices over Wi-Fi along with the option for a direct tethered connection using the USB-C port.

All-day power: The removable battery delivers connectivity all day long and is designed with the Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ Technology so users can recharge rapidly. Those on-the-go can keep other devices connected since the MiFi M2000 can also be used as a battery bank to charge a phone, tablet or other connected device. An 8500mAh accessory battery (sold separately) provides added power.

Enterprise-grade security: Whether customers are working from home or have students schooling from home, they can connect with peace of mind. Designed and developed in the USA, the MiFi M2000 provides multiple layers of protection with the latest WPA 3 Wi-Fi security protocol, advanced encryption, hacker prevention, password protection, Guest Wi-Fi network, VPN pass-through and Open VPN.

UScellular’s 5G network currently covers certain areas of Iowa, Maine, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin, and it will expand to cover parts of additional states in the coming months.


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