Calling all road warriors: new Jetpack gives you 50% faster peak speeds with Verizon LTE Advanced

Media contact(s) 
George Koroneos
T. 908.559.3545

NEW YORK – Verizon announced today the availability of the MiFi 7730L Jetpack, the latest global LTE mobile hotspot that allows you to share a secure connection with up to 15 devices simultaneously. Perfect for road warriors who use lots of data, the MiFi 7730L is equipped with LTE Advanced for 50% faster peak speeds in more than 470 cities.

This is the perfect mobile hotspot for families planning a long road trip that must have an internet connection to keep the kids occupied during that long stretch of highway. It’s also the ideal mobile business solution when you are travelling and need private file sharing and advanced administrative functions.

With a 2.4” full-color touch screen display packed with features and onscreen help, the MiFi 7730L makes it easier than ever to change settings. MiFi Share provides a new way to share files with connected devices on the local, secure, Wi-Fi network using any mass storage device with a type-C USB connector.

With QuickCharge® technology, you can go from 0–100% charged in just over three hours. When your phone or tablet battery is running low, you no longer have to worry about finding an outlet to charge them. The MiFi 7730L has a universal charger that is perfect for giving the battery the extra boost it needs to keep it going.

Additional specs:

  • Access technology: Global device; LTE Cat 9; Carrier Aggregation
  • WiFi: Dual band; 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
  • Battery: 4,400 mAh removable battery
  • Display: 2.4” TFT color touch screen display; 240 x 320 pixels
  • Mobile hotspot: Up to 15 device connected simultaneously
  • Quick charging
  • External device charging
  • MiFi Share (Mass storage access)
  • USB 3.1 with USB type C port

Pricing and availability

The Verizon Jetpack MiFi 7730L is available now through verizonwireless.com and can be ordered at your local Verizon store for $199.99 or $99.99 with a 2-year contract.

Tags: