Inseego M2100 and Verizon ASK-RTL108 Wireless 5G LTE Home Router Hotspot
JPCOOL
Enthusiast - Level 1

Hello, I need some information about Two Verizon products, first is the Inseego M2100  hotspot. I already activated it with a Verizon Sim card and it is unlimited I've been using it for about 3 weeks now it works Great. Next is the Verizon ASK-RTL108 Wireless 5G LTE Home Router Hotspot. My first question is can I take my Verizon Sim out of my Inseego Hotspot and put it into the Verizon ASK-RTL108 Hotspot without causing my Internet service to be suspended for switching devices? (A cellphone carrier did this not too long ago it wasn't Verizon tho that's why I ask) I will be doing this frequently, I want to use the ASK-RTL108 while I'm in the house, but when I leave the house I want switch to the Inseego. My reasons for this are simple when The hotspot drains from usage I have to turn it off and charge for 2-3 hours before I can use it again, it doesn't charge while on for some reason Verizon made it that way. Now why go threw all that when I could just put the Sim into the ASK-RTL108 while I'm home and never have to worry about charging anything Right? And my final question is in reference to the ASK-RTL108 all I have to do is put an activated Verizon Sim into it and plug it into the the socket for everything to work do I need to configure something online in the admin settings on the ASK-RTL108. I would like to know if anyone has done this already and I would Like a Verizon Customer Assistant to answer the Question as well. Thank you.

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Re: Inseego M2100 and Verizon ASK-RTL108 Wireless 5G LTE Home Router Hotspot
JPCOOL
Enthusiast - Level 1
Re: Inseego M2100 and Verizon ASK-RTL108 Wireless 5G LTE Home Router Hotspot
vzw_customer_support
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JPCOOL, you should not switch SIMs between devices. The SIMs may not be compatiable, additionally the plans used for the devices may be different and not function properly with the wrong device. Constantly switching the SIMs as well, may lead to activation issues and not allow the devices to connect to the network. I highly recommend leaving the SIMs, in the devices they were intended for.  

-John

Re: Inseego M2100 and Verizon ASK-RTL108 Wireless 5G LTE Home Router Hotspot
JPCOOL
Enthusiast - Level 1