The Best Mobile Hotspots for Travelers

We researched the best global hotspots and like Skyroam Solis the best

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Hong Kong.

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Traveling without access to Wi-Fi can cause distress, especially when you depend on a phone for maps or translators. But since it's never guaranteed to have reliable Wi-Fi or mobile data coverage, portable hotspots are a worthy buy for the tech-focused traveler. Here are mobile hotspots that are worth considering for your next trip.​

Skyroam Solis

Skyroam Solis hotspot in front of the Eiffel Tower


This combination hotspot and power bank means that travelers can charge their devices while using the internet with just one device. Offering 4G/LTE speeds, Solis can support up to five devices and has a 6000 mAh battery capacity. To access the internet, users will need to purchase a Skyroam day pass or a monthly subscription. Or you could spend a monthly rate for 1GB of high-speed data with the option to purchase more data at a per-gigabyte rate. Skyroam offers service to 130 countries. The Solis weighs 6.5 ounces, is 3.7 inches in height and width, and is just over an inch in depth.

Verizon MiFi 6620L Jetpack

Verizon jetpack hotspot


This hotspot works in more than 200 countries around the world. It has charging capabilities and high-speed 4G LTE internet connectivity that can support up to 15 Wi-Fi-enabled devices, and it can be used with VPNs. It has a handy interactive OLED display that shows menu options, security settings, battery life, and which devices are connected to the hotspot. It weighs a light three ounces and is 3.7 inches high, 2.4 inches wide, and a slim 0.8 inches deep.

My Webspot 4G Pocket WiFi

Woman using My Webspot


If you don’t want to invest in a hotspot, this rentable 4G pocket Wi-Fi may be a good option. The company allows users traveling to more than 100 destinations to rent a pocket-sized hotspot and access unlimited high-speed internet for a reasonable price. The device has 8 hours of battery life and can connect up to five devices simultaneously.

The device has download speeds of up to 100 Mbps and upload speeds of around 40 Mbps. Ordered online, users can either have it shipped or retrieve it from a pick-up spot, and it includes a pre-paid envelope to send the device back at the end of the rental period.

It weighs 5.3 ounces and measures 4.8 inches high by 2.6 inches wide by 0.6 inches deep. While rental prices vary, they are affordable, but a deposit is required.

Huawei E5577Cs-321 Mobile Hotspot

White rectangular Huawei mobile hotspot on a white background.

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This hotspot has LTE speed and global coverage and can connect to 16 devices at once. Its 1500 mAh battery can power up your electronic devices and work for up to 6 hours straight. But, it only can be used in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, or Asia. It weighs only 2.6 ounces and has dimensions of 2.3 inches wide by 3.9 inches high by 0.28 inches deep.

GlocalMe U3 Mobile Hotspot

After buying this mobile hotspot, users get coverage in more than 140 countries worldwide and connect via the 4G or 3G local network automatically. Users can connect up to 10 devices, and it works without a sim card. Instead, users use the accompanying app and purchase data by the day or the month. It weighs 7.8 ounces; its dimensions are 5.9 inches by 4.4 inches wide by 0.9 inches deep.

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