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January 13, 2014

Novatel Makes Its MiFi 5510 Device Available Through Verizon

Novatel has long been working on making itself one of the leading companies in the world when it comes to wireless networking for the home or business. In that vein, the company just announced that its MiFi 5510 mobile hotspots are available through Verizon Wireless’ partners throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.

The announcement means that the firm now has deals in place with at least two of the larger firms in the cellular and wireless Internet field. Earlier this year, Novatel announced it had worked out an agreement with AT&T. That agreement was more involved in the industrial field, since it involved M2M devices, but the push is still there from the company to forge big time agreements with big time companies.

Novatel’s MiFi 5510 is a mobile hotspot that can allow its users connectivity on the go, and it is able to offer that Internet on the go with up to 10 different Wi-Fi enabled devices for as long as 10 hours. This device is especially made for those hard core Internet users who might find themselves needing to work from the road or search the web for long periods of time.

While it has quite a bit of power when it comes to holding a charge, it also supports a very good connection thanks to it connecting using 4G LTE and CDMA 1x EV-DO Rev. A/Rev. 0. The 5510 offers usage in both Spanish and English and has a capacitive touch navigation that makes it quicker and easier to connect once the user is out there, needing to find the net.

One of the nicest features, for those who are worried about overages, is an included data-usage calculator. This allows a user to quickly and easily see how much data they have on their data plan.

Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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