Bell Announces Launch of Global 4G LTE MiFi 6630 by Novatel

by Istvan Fekete on May 20, 2015

Bell and Novatel Wireless have announced the launch of the latest MiFi brand mobile hotspot, the MiFi 6630, which will be available through Bell Mobility on Canada’s largest 4G LTE network in May.

The latest MiFi hotspot is based on the award-winning US MiFi 6600 series family, which is designed for customers both in rural and urban areas looking for ultra-fast wireless broadband connectivity. The device is capable of speeds up to 150 Mbps, with average speeds of up to 40 Mbps, offering simultaneous connectivity for up to 15 devices.

It’s important to note that it is capable of up to 20 hours of use on a single charge and acts as a charger for smartphones and tablets without compromising its own performance.

Security is an important part of our everyday online life, and MiFi 6630 (at least partly) gives its users protection with enterprise-grade security features such as anti-spoofing and filtering controls, and supports more than eight LTE bands for connectivity in more than 200 countries. As for the security feature: It works until some hacker proves the opposite.

“We are very excited with the upcoming launch of this latest MiFi brand of mobile hotspot on Bell’s 4G LTE network,” said Alex Mashinsky, CEO of Novatel Wireless. “The team designed an award-winning platform and the market feedback has been incredible – from excellent quality and reliability ratings to editors’ choice awards, the capabilities of the MiFi 6630 make it a must-have for the avid Internet user on the go, around the globe.”

“The MiFi 6630 is an excellent choice for Canadians everywhere who are looking to take advantage of Canada’s largest 4G LTE network for reliable high-speed mobile Internet access,” said Blaik Kirby, President of Bell Mobility.

Bell Mobility currently covers 91% of the country’s population with its 4G LTE network and has plans to expand that coverage to 98% by the end of the year.

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