Also known as the ZTE MF275R Rocket/Turbo/Smart Hub

User Reviews:


Canada: Bell, Rogers, Tbaytel, TELUS
US: U.S. Cellular


October 2015


  • 4G LTE Capable
  • Connect up to 20 devices
  • Up to 18 hours of standby
  • Keep your current number
  • Connect up to 2 home phone bases

Latest Reviews

1 Star out of 5

ZTE mf275r

Reviewed on Saturday October 15, 2016 by , St. John's n!l canada
In my opinion the mf275r is fine for connecting a device for outgoing signals to the web via LTE or whatever, but the advertised feature of the unit to allow incoming signals to access equipment connected via Ethernet to the router by configuring port forwarding I found the setup to be completely frustrating and will not work. Bell tech support covered the connection to the LTE service only. ZTE tech support was inadequate and no help with more than the basic setup, port forwarding was well above their level of assistance. I was able to return the device without any problem fortunately. Make sure you can return the mf275r if there are any problems with your device.
1 Star out of 5

Doesn't work with HP

Reviewed on Friday October 7, 2016 by , canada
There is a connectivity problem / issue between ZTE MF275R Turbo Hub and certain HP products, including certain printers and laptops. The support behind ZTE MF275R Turbo Hub claims it is all an HP problem. HP doesn't address it. The fix: be sure you can take it back if you can't connect, cause you won't get a fix for it. Or buy something other than either ZTE MF275R Turbo Hub or the HP product.