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Netgear Nighthawk 5G Hotspot Pro arrives at AT&T

Tuesday 15 September 2020 | 21:41 CET | News

AT&T announced the exclusive launch of the Netgear Nighthawk 5G Mobile Hotspot Pro powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 Mobile Platform. The device is the first hotspot of its kind to leverage its nationwide 5G network and the latest WiFi 6 connection. Customers can only find it at AT&T for USD 509.99 or USD 17 per month for 30 months on a 0 percent APR installment plan when orders begin on 18 September at att.com/nighthawk. 

The introduction of this hotspot also exceeds AT&T’s commitment to offer 15 5G-capable devices to its lineup in 2020. This expansive portfolio gives customers a wide variety to choose from, with features and price points that best serve their needs. All of these devices tap into its nationwide 5G network. Plus, 5G access is included in all of its existing consumer and business unlimited wireless plans at no extra cost to them.

Features

The Netgear Nighthawk 5G Mobile Hotspot Pro offers the following features: capacity; 5G compatibility; WiFi 6; Touch Screen, as well as battery life. 

First responders 

The Netgear Nighthawk 5G Pro Hotspot will also be FirstNet Ready, which means first responders can use it to tap into the power of FirstNet - America’s public safety communications network. FirstNet Ready devices are tested and approved to operate with services using the FirstNet LTE network core. This gives public safety access to the critical functionalities that FirstNet enables, like the full power of AT&T’s LTE network, including Band 14 spectrum, which serves as a VIP lane for first responders.



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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: AT&T / Netgear / Qualcomm / Vip
Countries: United States
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