Verizon begins selling Novatel’s 4G-capable MiFi 4510L mobile hotspot device

“Verizon on Monday began selling the second of the two 4G routers it promised at CES,” Electronista reports.

“Novatel’s MiFi 4510L can share the 5-12Mbps typical connection speeds on the new LTE network with as many as five other devices over 802.11n Wi-Fi,” Electronista reports. “The router can still fall back to EVDO Revision A for 3G on the rest of Verizon’s network. Battery life is slightly longer than for most routers, in spite of the 4G, at about five hours.”

Electronista reports, “Verizon is selling the 4510L for $100 after a $50 rebate and a two-year contract. Data plans for 4G start at $50 for 5GB and also include an $80 10GB option.”

More info and photos the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Edward W.” for the heads up.]


    1. I would be very surprised in the 4G MiFi from Verizon isn’t Mac/iOS-compatible. I’ve been using the initial MIFi with a Verizon data plan as backup for my satellite ISP. I live in the hills, with a stronger Verizon signal than AT&T signal, and this has worked well for me.

      Don’t expect 4G here in the near future, but would happily go for the 10 GB option and drop satellite broadband if it does show up in my area. I’d save money.

  1. FYI – Sprint has also released 2 new 4G routers – the Overdrive Pro (from Sierra Wireless) and the Mifi 4082 (from Novatel Wireless).

    I had the original Overdrive and have switched to the Mifi 4082 because of the many issues it has suffered.

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