The Bolton Blazer 4G LTE Cellular Router
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The Bolton Blazer 4G LTE Cellular Router


Small, but Powerful

  • CAT 6 LTE Cellular Router
  • Peak Speeds of 300 Mbps Down & 50 Mbps Up
  • Dual-Band, 2.5 GHz & 5 GHz
  • Compatible with Verizon, AT&T, & T-Mobile
  • Compact, Robust Construction
Where To Buy

Looking for a budget-friendly internet solution? Don’t have access to wireline broadband services? No problem. The affordable CAT 6 Bolton Blazer offers reliable internet connectivity via the 4G LTE network. Insert an AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile SIM card with an active data plan and get max download speeds of 300 Mbps download and 50 Mbps upload.

Connect multiple devices wirelessly and up to two via ethernet. With one WAN as LAN port, Bolton Blazer offers network failover for always-on connectivity.

Unlike other LTE routers, the Bolton Blazer is equipped with two WiFi whip antennas and two mini LTE magnet mount antennas. The included LTE antennas offer better performance than standard LTE whips and can be placed 5 ft from the router allowing a more flexible setup. Magnetic, you can even install them on the roof of a vehicle.

Small size makes it easy to install anywhere in your home, office, or vehicle. Robust housing ensures great performance in even harsh environments.

You have questions. We have answers.

What Carriers Does the Bolton Blazer Work With?

The Bolton Blazer cellular router is compatible with AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile.

What Size SIM Card Does the Bolton Blazer Use?

The network router uses Mini-SIMs (2FF).

Is the Bolton Blazer Dual SIM Capable?

No. Blazer LTE router only supports one SIM card.

Will the Bolton Blazer Work Without Cell Signal?

No. The Blazer cellular router uses the 4G LTE network, whether from AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile, to provide reliable intent connectivity. 4G LTE signal must be present for the Bolton Blazer to work.

What Frequency Bands Does the Bolton Blazer Support?

Blazer LTE router supports frequency bands 2, 4, 5, 7, 12, 13, 25, 26, 29, 30, and 66.

What’s the Difference Between the Bolton Blazer and Bolton Blazer Max?

Both Bolton Blazer and Bolton Blazer Max are CAT 6 and offer the same download and upload data speeds. Their main differences are:

  • Number of ports: Bolton Blazer has 1 LAN and 1 WAN/LAN, while the Bolton Blazer Max has 4 LAN and 1 WAN/LAN.
  • SIM Capabilities: The Bolton Blazer only supports one SIM, while the Bolton Blazer Max is dual-SIM capable.
  • Size: The Bolton Blazer is smaller than the Bolton Blazer Max.
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