Connect up to 10 Wi-Fi-enabled devices to the Internet with this AT&T MiFi Liberate MIFI5792 mobile hotspot, which features 4G LTE speed for blazing-fast connectivity. The 2.8" capacitive touch screen offers easy setup and device management.
Including laptops, tablets, e-readers, music players, gaming consoles and more for wide-ranging use.
Provides Wi-Fi connectivity
For up to 10 wireless devices (additional fees may apply). Qualcomm MDM9215 chipset ensures fast, reliable operation.
Operates on wireless 4G LTE, HSPA+/HSPA and EDGE/GPRS networks
So you can stay connected on the go.
Up to 30' adjustable Wi-Fi coverage
Allows flexible placement of your electronics.
2.8" capacitive touch screen
With a 240 x 400 resolution and 262K colors lets you view battery level, signal strength and the number of connected devices at a glance, as well as easily manage data usage, access connection details and more.
microSD card slot
Supports microSD cards up to 32GB for storing or transferring media (card not included).
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
With a 2900 mAh capacity delivers up to 11 hours of continuous use for long-lasting connectivity.
Ensures coverage while you travel (additional fees may apply).
Overall Customer Rating
4 (285 Reviews)
82% of customers recommend this product.
This is your hotspot.
Posted by: TheFountainHead from: San Antonio, TX on
I tried AT&T's other hotspot called the Elevate. Dirty piece of garbage that was. I then went to the Sprint Mifi, not great either. Broke both contracts, paid the price and now that I have the Liberate, it was totally worth it. Super long batter life, super fast 4GLTE action and you can monitor your data usage on the cool little touch screen. Haven't used it yet but apparently you can serve up media off the microSD. So far it is pretty awesome. Will revise this post every 30 days based on travel and how it holds up.
37 out of 37 found this review helpful.
Taken it back 4 times in one month
Posted by: LadyRavenMI from: Allenton, MI on
We were due for an upgrade, so this was the replacement. The first two weeks, it worked great. Then our signal started going off frequently and we had to restart it--then it went out altogether. I brought it in and was told to take the battery out and put it back in--which they did, and it did turn on. At that tie, it was mentioned that this was an "issue" with these. Took it home and it went out again the next day. Tried the battery trick and it worked. Went out again two days later--battery trick did not work after repeated tries and once again took it back. Customer service could not get it to work, so took it to Mobile, and brought it back on again. I asked, "what if this is just a lemon"? and was told to keep trying to make it work. I said, but I have a 2 year agreement that won't work if my system doesn't connect. No answer for that. As I was leaving the store, the GM approached and asked if I found everything satisfactory. I explained my dilemma and he said that sometimes you have to remove the battery, wait 30 seconds, clean off the terminal, push in the start button to discharge the stored charge and put back in the battery! Why all the hocus pocus and WHY wasn't I apprised of this when I bought the unit? The jury is still out on this one!
13 out of 13 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Laker from: Elysian MN on
Good connection for up to 5 devices. Worked great during our family reunion with multiple devices going on at the same time. The tech who sold us the device was great. Explained everything.
12 out of 13 found this review helpful.
I like being mobile
Posted by: pamjh from: on
The MiFi liberate is a great device to have on the road. I don't need to worry about places I am at having wi fi, I just sign onto my hotspot and am good to go. I love being able to use my laptop in the car, (as a passenger) and that I can use it with my other devices as well.
10 out of 10 found this review helpful.
Doesn't meet expectations
Posted by: EMB99 from: Cumming, GA on
I took it back because I never got past two bars. AT&T only had excuses. Blazing fast? You gotta be kidding.
8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Yheng from: West Nyack ny on
Excellent for traveling and sharing internet access....
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Cman from: Greeley CO on
We love having this in the car for the kids. They can stay connected with friends through out our vacation.
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Versital and can be used with 5 other devises
Posted by: Gullable from: Smithfield, RI on
This was a good purchase to make it easier to do business and provide information that I can't do easily with a smart phone. I am trying to use a Tablet that sync's with my home computer. Makes life a little easier.
8 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Abcd from: Melrose Park, IL on
This may not be bad product for someone who seldom uses the Internet or who doesn't stream movies or music but it's to be use as little as possible. I would say use it for emergency only!!!
In just a few minutes to a few hours it uses up all the GB that you have in yor contract. Keep in mind that companies automatically give you more GBs but charge you am arm and a leg for it. Unless you have 1000 GB per day, DON'T BUY THIS PRODUCT!
If you have internet at home, at work, and wifi accessibility everywhere, it is not worth it and you DO NOT NEED IT!, unless you are filthy rich or swimming in money or get free GB from your phone company.
FYI: for those who use iPhone/iPad, the text messages uses the GB and this device is wonderful to help you get your text send when there is no WiFi but as I said, if you text much, it will use up all your GBs in minutes!!! Plus pretty much any phone nowadays including the iPhone can act as a hotspot! Don't buy this product. It's a trick for you to spend way much more money than what you are spending on your phone or internet services!!!!
9 out of 11 found this review helpful.
It's terrible! Design Flaw.
Posted by: katm123 from: Pittsburgh,PA on
After beginning next billing cycle, didn't track useage. Found out later, is category design flaw. This, of course, happened after 2 week return deadline. ATT offered trade in---for $40 for hotspot, & Ipad mini--for $85. Only
had both about 3 weeks! Hadn't even made first payment on both yet. Would have to pay twice for ipad mini!