The device itself uses the same base cellular modem and hardware as the Verizon MiFi M2100 5G UW. However, despite sharing the same base hardware, there are some major differences. The M2000B model for T-Mobile does not support mmWave frequencies but it does support more LTE and Sub6 5G bands than the Verizon device.
- Model Number: M2000B
- # of Connected Devices: Up to 30
- Control Panel and Default Password:
Control Panel: http:/my.MIFI/ or http://192.168.1.1
Default Password: Initially, it is the same as the default password for your M2000 primary network. Tap Wi-Fi Name/Password on the Home touchscreen of your M2000 to view the password.
- USB Tethering Support: Yes
- Supported Networks and Bands:
Sub-6GHZ 5G: n2, n41, n66, n71
mmWave 5G: Not Supported
4G/LTE: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 17, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 46, 48, 49, 66, 71
- LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation: Yes, 7-band
- MIMO Support: 4x4 MIMO
- LTE Performance Category: Cat 22
(Max Theoretical Speed: 2.5 Gbps Down / 316 Mbps Up)
- Cellular Antenna Ports: None
- Other Ports: USB Type C
- Wi-Fi Technology / Frequencies: 802.11 a/ac/b/g/n/ax - 2.4GHz and 5GHz
- Battery: 5050mAh (Removable)
- Claimed Battery Life: Up to 24hrs, battery expansion available
- Can Be Powered Without a Battery: No
- Battery Part #: 40123133 (Inseego Model #: 160006)
- Battery Purchase: Amazon
- Dimensions: 5.9" x 2.2" x 0.7"
- SIM Card Type: Nano
- Retail Price: $336.00
News, Videos, & Status
Our team has the M2000 in active use, but our more thorough review of this device can be found in the very similar version for Verizon- the Inseego MiFi M2100 5G UW.
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