The router has an integrated LTE Category-12 modem, plus advanced networking features. However, the Verizon version of the Arris device lacks LTE antenna ports and may only support Verizon LTE cellular bands.
- Model: NVG558
- Cellular Modem Specs: Utilizes a Quectel EM12-G modem
- Wi-Fi Router:
- Cellular Tethering via USB: Unknown
- Ethernet Ports:
- Other Ports: USB
- Special Features: None
- Power Source: 12V (includes AC power adapter)
- Dimensions: 10 x 4.8 x 5.4in / 4.4lbs
- Outdoor Rated: No
- Retail Price: $299.99
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