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Rent Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspots in Nicaragua

Mobile Wi-Fi Internet in Nicaragua

XCom Global's international mobile hotspots provide you with a secure, high-speed Internet connection in Nicaragua, saving you time and money

$7.77 Per day    Order Now!
XCom Global's International Mobile Hotspots
From the North Highlands to the Pacific and Caribbean Lowlands, stay connected in Nicaragua with XCom Global’s mobile MiFi hotspot rental. Each hotspot features 24-hour technical support, download speeds of up to 21.6 Mbps, and an extended battery life to keep you connected for all your travels. Connect up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices including a tablet, smartphone, and laptop, all for a single, flat rate of $7.77 per day. Enjoy the most advanced security protection for all of your online browsing and forget about entering private information through public Internet cafes. Rent an XCom Global mobile hotspot for Nicaragua today and avoid the wait times at Internet cafes and unexpected data roaming charges.

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Coverage and Network Information: Nicaragua

Nicaragua Wi-Fi Internet MiFi Coverage Map

Easy To Use

There's no software to install, and setup is quick and easy. Just power up your XCom Global mobile hotspot and instantly connect up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices!

Secure

Mobile hotspots establish a private internet connection, so you can rely on the fact that your information is kept safe using the most up-to-date security for wireless data encryption.

No Hidden Costs

Safely connect to mobile Internet in Nicaragua without worrying about international roaming fees or hidden costs.

XCom Global is like the Apple of the travel Internet solution. Real easy to order, real easy to operate and highly reliable. 
I carried the whole Internet with me in my back pocket! I only wish other technologies and service providers on this trip worked like your stuff did. Modems are in the FedEx envelope (which you sent ready to go) heading back to you guys.

Ofer T.