What can the MAX-BR1-LTE-US-T be used on?


#1

I just received a **MAX-BR1-LTE-US-T **today but I ordered a MAX-BR1-LTE-V-T. What network can this be used on?

~WFF


#2

With the model, you can use multiple carriers such as Verizon, ATT, Sprint…etc.
Can you please create a ticket and fill out the form? We need to check the purchasing process of this order.


#3

Ticket #748960

That’s great new, I needed it to work with with Verizon network.

~WFF


#4

I would prefer to purchase this model router over the Verizon-Only model on my future purchases as it will work with any carrier.

~WFF


#5

You’re in luck then because this is the standard offering going forward.


#6

Wow…great news for all of us!! Now we can have mobile network diversity.

Shame, I just ordered a MAX-BR1-LTE-V-T on the 20th of January from Amazon, wish it was the MAX-BR1-LTE-US-T version.

~WFF


#7

The V model is still current as we have not officially launched the US version yet.


#8

So I am lucky then… :slight_smile:


#9

Brings up another question, will any of the other routers that have WWAN built-in be getting the US version update? Such as the Balance 30LTE, MAX HD2?

~WFF


#10

Yes, all of the LTE models will be getting this US version update. :slight_smile:


#11

Good News Again.

ETA on the official release date(s)?

~WFF


#12

Soon, probably in the next few weeks…