Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Rentals in Rwanda
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Mobile Wi-Fi Internet in Rwanda

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

$14.95 Per day    Order Now!
XCom Global's International Mobile Hotspots
Rwanda has recently announced its plan to connect the entire population to 4G network coverage, but this won’t start until late 2016. Stay connected to the Internet today, with XCom Global’s mobile MiFi hotspot rental. With your mobile hotspot, enjoy download speeds of up to 21.6 Mbps, 24-hour technical support and an extended battery life to stay connected during your travels. Connect up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices including a tablet, smartphone, and laptop, all for a flat rate of $14.95 per day and enjoy secure, reliable Internet access. Rent your XCom Global mobile hotspot for Rwanda today and never get charged for data roaming again!

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Coverage and Network Information: Rwanda

Rwanda 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!


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 Rwanda without worrying about international roaming fees or hidden costs.

“XCom Global’s mobile hotspot had long battery life, very easy setup (with password labeled right on the device), and it worked so well and for so long on battery that I was able to save the expense of wireless internet at my hotel and rely totally on it at all times for all devices.”

Roger M.