The Peplink MAX BR1 Pro 5G receives wireless cellular signal and converts it to WiFi, creating a large WiFi “hotspot” in your home, business, RV, trailer, or boat. With the Peplink MAX BR1 Pro 5G, your computer, tablet, smart TV, and other WiFi devices can use your cellular data plan to access the internet.
WiFi WAN and Ethernet WAN allow the router to connect to another network—like an office or RV park’s WiFi network or a wired connection from cable, DSL, fiber, or satellite internet—and use its internet data instead of your cellular data plan.
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To use the Peplink MAX BR1 Pro 5G as a cellular–WiFi router, you must have an activated nano-SIM card with a data plan. You can obtain a SIM card from your cellular carrier (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, etc.) and add it as an additional line on your existing plan. You can also purchase SIM cards from many retailers, including Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Best Buy; the data plan will either have a recurring monthly payment or will be a prepaid “pay-as-you-go” plan.
The Peplink MAX BR1 Pro 5G is also an excellent options for buildings, vehicles, and vessels that have a cell signal booster. The Peplink router will use signal amplified by the cellular booster to create a WiFi network.
One year of PrimeCare service is included with your Peplink router. You can extend your service and enable additional features with the purchase of a PrimeCare+ subscription, available in the dropdown at the top of this page.
The Peplink SpeedFusion Connect app for smartphones lets you monitor and configure your router, switch between WANs, prioritize traffic by application, activate features like SpeedFusion Connect and hot failover, view reports, and share access with others to manage your router.
Using the SpeedFusion Connect app to check your router’s states and make changes is often faster and easier than logging into the router’s web-based dashboard or using InControl².
This system includes the following components:
The Peplink MAX BR1 Pro 5G works with all major wireless carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, DISH Wireless, UScellular, GCI Alaska, and most others.
It operates on common cellular frequencies as well as the FirstNet emergency services band.
Peplink warrants solely to the original end-user purchaser that this device will be free from defects in materials and workmanship when used within the limits set forth in the documentation (data sheet and user manual) for a period of twelve (12) months from the date it was purchased. For more details, see Peplink’s Support Service Policy.
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