unlocked Netgear AirCard 815S Mobile Hotspot - LTE/LTE Advanced
unlocked Netgear AirCard 815S Mobile Hotspot - LTE/LTE Advanced
unlocked Netgear AirCard 815S Mobile Hotspot - LTE/LTE Advanced
unlocked Netgear AirCard 815S Mobile Hotspot - LTE/LTE Advanced
unlocked Netgear AirCard 815S Mobile Hotspot - LTE/LTE Advanced
unlocked Netgear AirCard 815S Mobile Hotspot - LTE/LTE Advanced
unlocked Netgear AirCard 815S Mobile Hotspot - LTE/LTE Advanced

unlocked Netgear AirCard 815S Mobile Hotspot - LTE/LTE Advanced

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  • If you need to get multiple devices online when you're away from Wi-Fi, the AT&T Unite Explore shows how hotspots are different from smartphones, and why you might just want one. 
  • This is an unlocked device. Rugged, Secure, Global. No contract required.

Brave the outdoors and bumps of everyday life with the FIRST rugged mobile hotspot from AT&T and NETGEAR – AT&T Unite Explore. It’s tough, secure WiFi that can travel with you, globally on 4G LTE. With advanced features like content filtering/parental controls and Guest WiFi with an optional timer, this mobile WiFi device goes the distance in keeping businesses and families safe and secure.

  • Rugged.
  • Huge battery.
  • Antenna ports.
  • Supports all AT&T frequency bands, plus LTE roaming.

The AT&T Unite Explore  ̶$̶1̶9̶9̶.̶9̶9̶  shows why you need a mobile hotspot. In an era of smartphones with hotspot mode, the Unite Explore—also known as the Netgear AC815S—shows the battery, range, network, and signal advantages that justify getting a separate hotspot when you really need Internet access for a family or group. It's not only the best hotspot for AT&T but the best hotspot in terms of hardware you can get right now. This earns it our Editors' Choice recommendation.

Design and Features
The Unite Explore is a rugged little brick at 4.5 by 2.8 by 0.8 inches and 6.3 ounces. It's covered in rubber bumpers and is splash resistant, though not dunkable. On the front, there's a bright 2.4-inch, 320-by-240 touch screen that lets you quickly check the network name, password, data used, and devices attached to the hotspot. The charging port, which also lets you connect it as a USB modem, is a USB 3.0 port; you can also use a micro USB cable to charge the hotspot. TS9 antennas are optional.