ZTE MF60 21 Mbps Router Mobile WiFi Hotspot GSM (3G worldwide, 3G AT&T and T-Mobile in the USA)
- 3G H+ Unlocked Any GSM Carrier Desbloqueados GSM Worldwide (Router Does NOT Work on Verizon Sprint Net10 or Any CDMA Carrier).
- 1 Standard Sim Card (Regular Size) Unlocked USA Canada Latin America & Caribbean Only 3G UTMS Bands 850/1900/2100 Mhz
- Inside the Box: Router Battery Usb Cable & Quick Manual
- PORTABLE WIFI & USB. Router Uses a Standard Sim card (Sim card and Internet Data Plan required)
- Data transfer rate: (HSPA+) DL 21.6Mbps / UL 5.76Mbps 802.11b/g/n Up to 8 Wi-Fi hotspot
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ZTE MF60 is a 3G mobile WiFi HotSpot working in GSM/GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA/HSPA+ network. The client device could connect to it via USB or Wi-Fi interface. With HSDPA 21Mbps downlink, quad-band GSM and tri-band UMTS, it gives maximum 8 users super fast Internet experience all over the world at the same time. It runs on battery and has a mini USB port and a built-in OLED display on the top and could supports up to 32GB Micro SDHC memory. The device supports data and SMS services. This HSPA device is peak rated at 21 Mbps downlink speed. Operates on the 3G networks for wireless access to e-mail and internet on the move. Use 802.11b/g Wi-Fi connection so no installation is required. Simply enter the password key supplied and get on line immediately with your SIM. Small, light weight design. Supports three working modes: USB Mode, Wi-Fi Mode, Mixed Mode. Specification: - Data service HSDPA/HSUPA/UMTS 850/1900/2100 MHz - GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz - HSPA+: DL 21.6Mbps, UL 5.76Mbps - Interface: USB and WiFi - Wi-Fi Standard: 802.11b/g/n - Wi-Fi Security: WEP/WPA/WPA2/WAPI - USB Version: USB 2.0 high speed - USB Interface Type: Micro USB - MicroSD card: up to 32GB microSD - Includes: ZTE MF60 WiFi Hotspot, LI-ION Battery, USB Data Cable, Quick Guide, SIM Card is not included.
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I came across your question because, although I'm not a motorhome owner, I was looking for an answer to the same problem with the ZTE MF60. After hours of puzzling the following actually worked for me, so I thought I would let you know!
I started with the SIM (not the one I wanted to change over to) supplied with the ZTE MF60, in order to access the Web gui screen. You can't change the default unless you disconnect, but you don't disconnect via your computer control panel, you have to go to the WAN settings in Web gui.
In this WAN setting screen you choose the option to disconnect manually - and then disconnect. Having done that you return to the APN settings in the 3G settings screen, APN (access point name) section, put in your preferred new SIM card provider settings (mine will have been different from your Europa ones). Then click "Set as default".
Then you need to go back to the WAN settings and put it all back to automatic, not manual and reconnect. Then swap the SIM to you new one!
Please let me know if that works! It took me all day to sort it out, but I am now delighted with the result!
You really have to noodle through this and have the APN name for your SIM card available, in my case “wap.cingular”. Even though I Googled for the APN settings for my provider, the APN name seemed to be all I could enter, but that was enough. Following Miriam’s instructions I was sure this was going to fail just like everything else I had done for the past week, but as Maurice Chevalier used to say, thank heaven for little girls (Google that one, boys). Son of a ….., the little thing is on the Net. I can’t wait to replicate this process in the airport in Spain or Mexico or Kuala…… Cheers, Al
The programming needed before connecting is for an user of average habilities and pretty easy.
The battery has a good life expectancy. And for a few bucks can be replaced easily.
There is even an antenna for boosting the reception.
Used it now for 2 years in a row without problem.
The answer of assistance product is :
Dear Valued ZTE Customer
Thanks for contacting ZTE.
Since ZTE MF60 hasn't been put in Panamanian market, and we have not found any record about your phone through the IMEI number(355572046813969) you provided,
this phone is probably not the phone which is delivered officially.
Besides, the battery of the ZTE MF60 is 1500mA, not 1200mA.
ZTE phones which are delivered officially all have user guide, charger and accessories in the box.
We suggest you to contact the store where you purchase the phone and purchase ZTE phones from authorized dealers.
Should there be further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Best Regards !
Waste of money and false publicity !
I just tested in Dublin and worked pretty well.
I turned off data on my phone and bought a data only sim for 10e.
This way I keep my real phone number for voice and text but have reasonable data rates.
It was so much more convenient than using motel and airport, etc, wifi. I noticed occasionally it would get warm with use, but it wasn't a problem for me so far.
I took printed readable copies of the setup instructions with me, and also studied them briefly before leaving ... I has no problems setting up or connecting once I was in Australia. Connection was always quick and painless. I discovered it could sent and received texts too, which I wasn't expecting. Battery life seemed pretty good.