Verizon recalls millions of Wi-Fi hotspots over fire risk

After an investigation found that the lithium-ion batteries in one of its mobile hotspots could overheat and possibly catch fire, Verizon is now working with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on a recall of 2.5m devices.

The device in question is the Ellipsis Jetpack mobile hotspot which the US telecom imported from Franklin Wireless and sold between April 2017 and March of this year. Affected models include MHS900L, MHS900LS, and MHS900LPP and while the they are all the same device, the model number is different depending on whether customers purchased them through a prepaid or postpaid plan.

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