For those living in the US, most folks would know that there are four major mobile carriers, and Verizon is one of them, with the mobile carrier company having introduced a fair number of 4G LTE hotspots. Well, to make sure that customers have another way to hook up to their LTE network, Verizon has decided to unveil the Verizon 4G LTE Router. Basically, the Verizon 4G LTE Router allows you to connect other kinds of compatible hardware up to Verizon’s LTE service, and this can be done via wired and wireless connections. It seems that Netgear would be the hardware manufacturer of choice, where the Verizon 4G LTE Router is capable of supporting a grand total of 20 Wi-Fi-enabled devices simultaneously. Oh yeah, wired connections, too, are more than welcome, when it comes with a quartet of Ethernet ports.
Verizon claims that their new 4G LTE Router can be purchased from today onwards, where it will sport a $99.99 price tag, and it is accompanied by a two-year contract – after a $50 mail-in rebate of course, and if you decide to pick it up without any commitment would have to fork out $269.99. In addition, you can opt to throw in a Share Everything plan for another $20 monthly. [Press Release]