As you may know, 4G LTE networks work truly effectively, and with 5G networks coming to our life, wireless web surfing would be much quicker than your home Wi-Fi connection. In spite of the fact that modern smart phones have their own hotspot mode, cellular modems as well as Wi-Fi hotspots have been the most flexible choice if you get a lot of devices that you want to share web approach with.
Netgear Nighthawk M1 from AT&T
Currently, this is the quickest hotspot hardware on the current market. It offers very good access controls and long battery life. However, there is no touching display integrated and it is quite bulky.
MiFi 8000 Mobile Hotspot from Sprint
This hotspot is an economical option while providing excellent 4G performance and a long battery life. However, there is no support for 5G network.
Skyroam Solis Lite
This hotspot option provides very good coverage with unrestricted LTE data. There are daily rental plans for you to opt from. Its battery life is truly strong while being able to support up to 10 devices. Nevertheless, the device is difficult to use with third party USB-C cable for charging. If you just need to use the device for a short time, you can choose to rent it instead of buying.
Verizon Wireless Jetpack MiFi 8800L
This is considered to be the fastest 4G LTE technologies. The battery life is long as well, with convenient touchscreen display. However, there is no 5G network support. Verizon is about to improve this network.
Alcatel Linkzone 2 from T-Mobile
The hotspot is an economical option with long battery life. However, the connectivity capability is slow. And management can be carried out only through web portal.
Verizon 5G MiFi M1000 Hotspot
This is the first 5G hotspot from Verizon. In comparison with phone’s hotspot, this is better as it will not overheat easily. Also, the device supports for a wide variety of devices through both wired and wireless connections. However, its speed connection is not good enough.