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CONTENTSWelcome. 4Thank You for Choosing Verizon Wireless. 4Getting Started. 5Screen Indicators. 6Hardware Installation. 8Installing the 4G SIM Card. 8Inserting and Charging the Battery. 9Removing the 4G SIM Card.11Connecting to the Internet. 12Connecting Wi-Fi Enabled Devices To YourJetpack.12Follow these Steps.13Accessing the Internet.13Advanced Configuration. 14PIN Code Verification.15Basic Setup.16WAN Settings.17Router.20Wi-Fi Settings.21Firewall.26SMS.312

Navigating the Device. 32WAN Info.33WLAN Info.33Settings.34Message.36Usage of WPS. 36Glossary. 37How to Get Help. 41Health and Safety Information. 41General Guidelines.41Aircraft Safety.46Hospital Safety.47Road Safety.47Vehicles Equipped with an Airbag.48Third Party Equipment.48Efficient Use.49CTIA Requirements.49Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure .50FCC Compliance.52Consumer Limited Warranty. 553

WelcomeThank You for Choosing Verizon WirelessYou’re now connected to the blazingly fast,powerfully brilliant Verizon 4G LTE Network. Thisguide will help you understand your new mobilehotspot and all the things you can do with it athome or abroad. So let’s get started.This guide will show you how to unleash thepotential of your new Verizon Jetpack . Assistanceis at your fingertips at Customer Service is at your disposalat 1-800-922-0204 or in any Verizon WirelessCommunications Store.Device IntroductionThe Verizon Jetpack - 890L is a newly developed4G LTE Mobile Hotspot. It is Global Ready providing flexible access for users to enjoyhigh-speed internet applications around theglobe. When connected to the Verizon 4G LTENetwork, the Jetpack can support simultaneousconnections to up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices.When connected in 2G or 3G mode the Jetpackcan support simultaneous connections to 5 Wi-Fienabled devices.4

Getting Started561432BUTTONS ANDINTERFACE7DESCRIPTION1. SCREENDisplays the menus and thestatus of your Jetpack.2. UP BUTTONScroll up to select theoptions.3. DOWN BUTTONScroll down to select theoptions.5

Confirm highlightedselection.When the Jetpack buttonis locked, press once tolight up the screen, andpress again to unlock.4. OK BUTTON 5. POWER SWITCHPower on/off your Jetpack.6. MICRO USB PORT Charge your Jetpack.7. RESET BUTTONPress and hold to restoreyour Jetpack to the factorydefault settings.Screen IndicatorsIconDescriptionBattery Status4G Network3G Network2G NetworkData Connected6

IconDescriptionSignal StrengthandNo Network ServiceRoaming Signal StrengthRoamingSMSNew SMSSMS FullNumber of current Wi-FiconnectionsSettings7

Hardware InstallationInstalling the 4G SIM CardIf you have not already done so, please followthese instructions for the installation of your new4G SIM Card:1. Remove 4G SIM Card from the outer card,being careful not to touch the gold contacts.CAUTION: Do not bend or scratch your 4G SIMCard. Avoid exposing your 4G SIM Card to staticelectricity, water or dirt.2. Turn the power off. Remove the battery coverand take the battery out. Locate the 4GSIM card slot. Hold the card so the VerizonWireless logo on the card is facing you and thegold contact points are properly aligned withthe 4G SIM Card slot.3. Insert 4G SIM Card with the Verizon Wirelesslogo facing you into the slot until it is fullyinserted.8

NOTE: Your 4G SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)Card is a small rectangular plastic card that storesyour phone number and important informationabout your wireless service.The 4G SIM Card MUST remain in the Jetpackwhen in use.Inserting and Charging the Battery1. Use the thumb catch at the bottom of thedevice to open the battery cover and alignthe battery contacts with the terminals inthe battery compartment as shown. Push thebattery down until it clicks into place.2. Place the battery cover over the batterycompartment ensuring that the arrow onthe device and the arrow on battery coverare aligned. Then press the battery coverdownward until it clicks into place.9

Your device comes with wall charger. To charge:1. Plug one end of the wall charger into anelectrical outlet and the the other end into thedevice’s MICRO USB PORT.2. It is recommended the battery be fully chargedbefore you use your Jetpack for the first time.NOTE: The charge time varies depending upon thebattery level. The device will stop charging if thetemperature of the battery exceeds 113 F/45 C.10

Removing the 4G SIM Card1. Turn the Verizon Jetpack power off. Removethe battery cover and take out the battery.2. Gently remove the SIM Card from the SIM Cardslot.NOTE: Should your 4G SIM Card be lost ordamaged please call 1-800-922-0204 to speakwith a Customer Service Representative. Fromoutside the U.S. call 1-908-559-4899 for 24/7Global Support.You can move the 4G SIM Card from one deviceto another and your wireless service will workseamlessly as long as you have a compatibledevice and service plan. To see which devices arecompatible with the Verizon Wireless 4G SIMCard, visit additional information about 4G SIM Cards,visit

Connecting to the InternetWith your new Verizon Jetpack, a wireless Internetconnection can always be at your fingertips.Connecting Wi-Fi Enabled Devices To YourJetpackNOTE: It is recommended the battery be fullycharged in order to use your Jetpack via Wi-Fi forthe first time, or connect your Jetpack to the walladapter for power.The following should occur once you power on yourJetpack: Your Jetpack is powered as soon as you slidethe Power Switch to On and the display lightsup. Once your Jetpack is powered on and hasbeen activated, it automatically connects tothe Internet provided that Mobile Broadbandservice is available and one or more Wi-Fidevices are connected to the Jetpack. The Service(4G LTE, 3G, 2G), Signal Strength, and Data Connectedicons on yourJetpack indicate it is in service and ready toconnect.12

Follow these Steps1. Ensure the Wi-Fi enabled device you wish toconnect to yourJetpack has Wi-Fi turned on,then use the Wi-Fi application toestablish aconnection to your Jetpack.2. Look for the network (SSID) named “Verizon890L”. There are XXXX digits unique to yourdevice following the network (SSID) namedisplayed.3. Click Connect and enter the default passwordprinted on the back of your Jetpack .NOTE: Your password will also be displayed on theJetpack screen each time the Jetpack is poweredon.Accessing the InternetAfter successfully establishing the connectionbetween your Jetpack and computer, you canaccess the Internet in the Auto Connect, ManualConnect mode. The default mode is Auto Connect.13

Advanced Configuration1. Make sure your computer is connected to theJetpack .2. Launch the internet browser and enterhttp:// or http://vz.hotspot inthe address bar.NOTE: It is recommended that you use IE (7.0 orlater), Firefox (3.0 or later), Opera (10.0 or later),Safari (4.0 or later) or Chrome (5.0 or later).3. The login page appears as follows:Input the case-sensitive default password printedon the back of your Jetpack, and then click Loginto access the Web User Interface.NOTE: Do not put anything on the top of yourJetpack. Do not lay devices to overlap each otherwhen using.The Jetpack takes 1 2 minutes toinitialize, and attach to the network.14

PIN Code VerificationIf the PIN code of your SIM card is enabled, youwill need to input the PIN code after you logging in.NOTE: The SIM card will be locked if you enterwrong PIN code consecutively for three times.If you want to change the PIN status or modify thePIN code, please select WAN Settings SIM PIN todo the actions.15

Basic SetupAfter logging in, select Basic Setup Quick Setupto configure the Wi-Fi settings, including Wi-FiNetwork Name, Wi-Fi Securiy Policy and SleepTime.Select Basic Setup Password to change the loginpassword for the Web User Interface.16

WAN SettingsAfter logging in, select WAN Settings WirelessInfo to display the infomation of WAN wireless.Click Refresh to update the information.Select WAN Settings Network Select to selectthe proper network mode, including Global Mode,LTE/CDMA Mode, and GSM Mode(Automatic/Manual). Click Apply to comfirm your choice.17

NOTE: In GSM Mode, you can either set your deviceto automatic network selection or manual networkselection. If you choose the manual, you will beprompted to select what GSM network you wouldlike to connect to.18

Select WAN Settings WAN Connection to choosethe WAN Connection mode according to yourrequirement.Auto Connect: The device will connect to theInternet automatically when it is powered on.Manual Connect: Connect/disconnect to theInternet connection manually.Select WAN Settings SIM PIN to enable/disable/modify the PIN code of your SIM card.19

RouterAfter logging in, select Router LAN to access theinterface below:IP Address: IP address for LAN interface.Subnet Mask: Subnet mask for the IP address.MAC Address: MAC address for the LAN interface.DHCP Server: Enable/disable DHCP serverfunction.DHCP IP Pool: Allocate start and end IP addressfor IP pool.Select Router DMZ to access the interfacebelow:20

DMZ means demilitarized zone, click Add to addthe Wi-Fi client in DMZ, and click Apply to confirm.Click Delete to erase the Wi-Fi client from DMZ.An external computer or device can access to theWi-Fi client which is in DMZ, rather than any otherpart of the network.Wi-Fi SettingsAfter logging in, select Wi-Fi Settings ConnectedDevices to display the information about thedevices connected to your Jetpack.You can click Refresh to update the information,or click Disconnect to terminate the wirelessconnection between these Wi-Fi enabled devicesand your Jetpack.Select Wi-Fi Settings Basic to set theconfiguration of the wireless network.21

Sleep Time: Set the time before the Jetpackenters sleep mode, The Jetpack will enter sleepmode if no Wi-Fi clients (devices) are connected tothe Jetpack for a given period of time.Network Mode: If all of the wireless devicesconnect with the Jetpack in the same transmissionmode, performance will be improved by choosingthe appropriate wireless mode.SSID: Service Set Identifier(SSID). Enter a stringless than 30 characters as the name for yourwireless local area network(WLAN).Broadcast SSID: Disable or Enable(Default)this function. If Enable is selected, the Jetpackbroadcasts the SSID, and other devices can searchand connect to it. When you select Disable, otherdevices can not search out the SSID. If you wantsomeone to connect, you need tell them the SSID,and let them to setup manually.22

AP Isolation: When Enable is selected, each of yourwireless clients will not be able to communicatewith each other.Country Code: Choose the right country code.Frequency(Channel): Choose the appropriatechannel to optimize the performance and coverageof your wireless network.MAX Connections: Choose the maximum numberof the Wi-Fi enabled devices which are able toconnect to the Jetpack simultaneously.Click Apply to save your settings.Select Wi-Fi Settings Security to set the Wi-Fisecurity settings.23

The security modes are described below:NONE: In this mode, no password is required.WEP: The WLAN clients who have the same keywith wireless gateway can pass the authenticationand access the wireless network.WPA-PSK: WPA Pre-Shared Key, Enter the PreShared key as a plain text (ASCII) pass-phrase ofat least 8 characters.WPA2-PSK: A securer version of WPA withimplementation of the 802.11i standard.WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK: Apply both the WPA-PSKand WPA2-PSK scheme.If the Security type is WEP, the followingconfiguration page will appear:Authentication Type: Two types of authenticationcan be used: OPEN and SHARE. In the OPENauthentication type, the WLAN client (device)doesn't need to provide the correct credentials24

to the Jetpack in order to connect to it. However,if the credentials are incorrect, data won't betransferred successfully between the WLANclients and Jetpack. In effect, no authenticationoccurs. And in the SHARE authentication type, theWLAN client cannot connect to the Jetpack withthe incorrect crendentials.Encrypt Type: Select the encrypt type(WEP-40and WEP-104).Password: You can set at most four keys. Chooseone of them as the default key, which is the onlykey in use at any given time. You must enter thedefault keys on the Wi-Fi client in order to connectto the Jetpack.Select Wi-Fi Settings ACL to access:25

If the ACL(Access Control List) policy is Deny, theuser in MAC list can't connect to this device. Ifthe ACL policy is Accept, the user in MAC list canconnect to this device. You can allow or refuse aWi-Fi user according to different ACL policy.Select Wi-Fi Settings Firmware to display theWlan Chip Firmware Version.FirewallAfter logging in, select Firewall IP/Port Filteringto access:If you select Enable, the filter settings will appear:26

Default Policy: Set how to handle the packet if anyof the rules matches.Source IP Address: Set the source IP address thatwill be filtered.Source Submask: Set the source submask that willbe filtered.Protocol: Set which protocol will be used forfiltering.Source Port Range: Set the source port numbersthat will be filtered.Dest Port Range: Set the destination port numbersthat will be filtered.27

How to add a new rule:1. Select Enable and click Apply in the BasicSettings area.2. Input the detail information in the Ip/PortFiltering area.3. Click Add in the Ip/Port Filtering area.In the Current IP/Port filtering rules area, clickDelete to delete the rules that you selected.Select Firewall Port Forwarding to access:If you select Enable, the Virtual Server Settingswill appear:28

IP Address: Set IP address for the virtual server.Port: Set port number for the virtual server.Protocol: Set the protocol for the virtual server.How to add a virtual server:1. Select Enable and input the detailed informationin the Virtual Server Settings area.2. Click Apply to save your settings.In the Current Virtual Servers area, click Delete todelete the virtual servers that you selected.Select Firewall VPN to enable/disable the VPNConnection.AdvancedAfter logging in, select Advanced Status todisplay the system information.29

Select Advanced Statistics to check your WANusage. Click Refresh to update the usage, and clickMy Verizon to visit Verizon website to check yourmonthly total data.Select Advanced Restore&Reboot to restartyour device, or restore your device to the factorydefault settings.Select Advanced Sound Alert to turn on/off thesound alert.30

Select Advanced Config File to import/exportthe configuration file of the device.NOTE: It will modify the configuration of thisdevice to import configuration file. Please makesure the parameters in the configuration file arecorrect.SMSThis function allows you to view, save, send andreceive text messages. After logging in, selectMessage to perform the related operations.31

Navigating the DeviceSlide the Power Switch to the ON position toturn on the device. The screen lights up. After theinitialization of the device, the SSID and defaultpassword will display on the screen. Press the OKbutton, the following icons will appear:NOTE: Devices and software are constantly evolving — the screen images and icons displayed are forreference only and may differ from your device.32

WAN InfoSelectand press the OK button to check theWAN information. Use the UP and DOWN buttonsto scroll to the desired menu. Press the OK buttonto view information about the following WANsettings:Network Provider: Displays the name of yourservice provider.Network Type: Displays your network type.Roam: Displays whether or not your device isroaming.WAN Connection: Check your connection status.WLAN InfoSelectusing the UP and DOWN buttonsand press the OK button to check the WLANinformation. Use the UP and DOWN buttons toscroll to the desired menu. Press the OK buttonto view information about the following WLANsettings:SSID Information: Displays the SSID andpassword.Connected Device: Displays the information aboutconnected Wi-Fi devices.Start WPS: Launch the Wi-Fi Protection Setup.33

Read the prompt on the display and refer to theUsage of WPS chapter.SettingsSelectusing the UP and DOWN buttons andpress the OK button to check the settings. Usethe UP and DOWN buttons to scroll to the desiredmenu. Press the OK button to view informationabout the following settings:Device Info: Displays the basic information aboutyour device: Phone Number, SIM ID, MEID, SWVersion and RSSI.Mobile Network: Use the UP and DOWN buttonsto scroll to the desired menu. Press the OK buttonto view the following operations related to yournetwork: Data Connection: Connect or disconnectthe WAN connection. Network Select: Choose the desirednetwork from the following options:Global Mode, LTE/CDMA Mode, and GSMMode .Wi-Fi: Press the OK button to select Proceed toadjusting your Wi-Fi settings or Back to return tothe previous menu.The following Wi-Fi settings appear when you34

select Proceed: Wi-Fi Network Mode: Change the Wi-Fistandard.(It is recommended that you donot change the defualt setting, 11 b/g.) SSID Broadcast: Enable or disablediscovery mode, allowing your device to befound by other Wi-Fi compatible devices. AP Isolation: Enable or Disable theconnection between connected Wi-Fidevices communicating with each other. Channel: Choose the appropriate channelfrequency to optimize the performanceand coverage of your wireless network. MAX Connections: Choose the maximumnumber of Wi-Fi devices that can beconnected to your device simultaneously.Web User Interface: Indicates you how to accessthe web-based Configuration Page for your device.Software Update: Select Check New to check fornew software.Button Lock: Set the lock duration for your deviceby selecting on of the following options: 30Secs/15Secs/Never.Sound Alert: Mute or unmute the system alert.35

MessageSelectusing the UP and DOWN buttons andpress the OK button to check messages. Selectone of the following options:New Messages: Displays your unread messages.Inbox: Displays the messages in your inbox.Usage of WPSIf your client device supports WPS, you need notinput the password manually after WPS has beenavailable. Please do the following:1. Start up your Jetpack.2. Launch the client device.3. Select the icon , and then choose Start WPSto enable the WPS function of your Jetpack.4. Enable the WPS function of the client.NOTE: For the detailed operations about the client,please refer to the client’s instruction.36

Glossary3G: Third Generation. 3G refers to the thirdgeneration of mobile telephony technology.4G: Fourth Generation. 4G refers to the thirdgeneration of mobile telephony technology.802.11(b, g, n): A set of WLAN communicationstandards in the 2.4, 3.6 and 5 GHz frequencybands.Broadband: High-capacity high-speed,transmission channel with a wider bandwidth thanconventional modem lines. Broadband channelscan carry video, voice, and data simultaneously.DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.Software found in servers and routers thatautomatically assigns temporary IP addresses toclients logging into an IP network.DHCP Server: A server or service with a serverthat assigns IP addresses.Firewall: A hardware or software boundary thatprotects a network or single computer fromunwanted outside traffic.Firmware: A computer program embedded inan electronic device. Firmware usually containsoperating code for the device.37

Hotspot: A WiFi (802.11) access point or the areacovered by an access point. Used for connectingto the Internet.H T T P : H y p e r t e x t Tr a n s f e r P r o t o c o l . A napplication-level protocol for accessing the WorldWide Web over the Internet.IEEE: Institute of Electrical and ElectronicsEngineers. An international technical/professionalsociety that promotes standardization in technicaldisciplines.LAN: Local Area Network. A type of network thatlets a group of computers, all in close proximity(such as inside an office building), communicatewith one another. It does not use common carriercircuits though it can have gateways or bridges toother public or private networks.MAC Address: Media Access Control. A numberthat uniquely identifies each network hardwaredevice. MAC addresses are 12-digit hexadecimalnumbers. This is also known as the physical orhardware address.Port: A virtual data connection used by programsto exchange data. It is the endpoint in a logicalconnection. The port is specified by the portnumber.38

Port Forwarding: A process that allows remotedevices to connect to a specific computer within aprivate LAN.Port Number: A 16-bit number used by the TCPand UDP protocols to direct traffic on a TCP/IPhost. Certain port numbers are standard forcommon applications.Protocol: A standard that enables connection,communication, and data transfer betweencomputing endpoints.Router: A device that directs traffic from onenetwork to another.SIM: Subscriber Identification Module. Found inGSM network technology, the SIM is a cardcontaining identification information for thesubscriber and their account. The SIM card can bemoved to different devices.SMS: Short Messaging Service. Short textmessages of generally no more than 140-160characters sent and received by wireless devices.SSID: Service Set IDentifier. The name assigned toa WiFi network.TCP/IP: Transmission Control Protocol/InternetProtocol. The set of communications protocolsused for the Internet and other similar networks.39

USB: Universal Serial Bus. A connection type forcomputing device peripherals such as a printer,mobile device, etc.VPN: Virtual Private Network. A way tocommunicate through a dedicated server securelyto a corporate network over the Internet.WAN: Wide Area Network. A public network thatextends beyond architectural, geographical, orpolitical boundaries (unlike a LAN, which is usuallya private network located within a room, building,or other limited area).WEP: Wired Equivalent Privacy. An IEEEstandard security protocol for 802.11 networks.Superseded by WPA and WPA2.Wi-Fi: Wireless Fidelity. Any system that uses the802.11 standard developed and released in 1997by the IEEE.Wi-Fi Client: A wireless device that connects tothe Internet via Wi-Fi.WPA/WPA2: Wi-Fi Protected Access. A securityprotocol for wireless 802.11 networks from theWi-Fi Alliance.40

How to Get HelpAssistance is at your fingertips at Customer Service is at your disposal at1-800-922-0204 or in any Verizon WirelessCommunications Store.If you have questions about how to use ZTE mobiledevices or your device needs repair services,please access to our support website, contact ourservices hotline or email for more information.Website Address: Hotline: 877-817-1759 (9:00 am – 9:00pm CST)Service Email: [email protected] and Safety InformationGeneral Guidelines Some electronic devices may be susceptibleto electromagnetic interference. Locate thedevice away from TV set, radio and otherelectronic equipment to avoid electromagneticinterference.41

The device may interfere with medical deviceslike hearing aids and pacemakers. Consult aphysician or the manufacturer of the medicaldevice before using the device.Please keep yourself at least 20 centimetersaway from the device.Do not use your device in dangerousenvironments such as oil terminals or chemicalfactories where there are explosive gases orexplosive products being processed.Please use original accessories or accessoriesthat are authorized by ZTE. Unauthorizedaccessories may affect the deviceperformance, damage the device or causedanger to you.Do not attempt to dismantle the device. Thereare no user serviceable parts.Do not allow the device or accessories to comeinto contact with liquid or moisture at anytime. Do not immerse the device in any liquid.Do not place objects on top of the device. Thismay lead to overheating of the device.The device must be u s e d i n ve n t i l a t e denvironment.Do not expose the device to direct sunlightor store it in hot areas. High temperature can42

shorten the life of electronic devices.Do not allow children to play with the device orcharger.Use an antistatic cloth to clean the device. Donot use chemical or abrasive cleanser as thesecould damage the plastic case. Turn off yourdevice before you clean it.Use the device within the temperature rangeof -10 C 35 C, and the storage temperaturerange is -20 C 60 C. The humidity range is5% 90%.Do not use your device during a thunderstorm.Remove the charger from the mains socket.Do not take out your (U)SIM cardunnecessarily. The (U)SIM card may be easilylost or it can be damaged by static electricity.Do not place the device alongside computerdisks, credit cards, travel cards or othermagnetic media. The information containedon the disks or cards may be affected by thedevice.Do not paint the device.Do not remove the device battery while thedevice is switched on.Take care not to allow metal objects, such as43

coins or key rings, to contact or short circuitthe battery terminals.Do not dispose of batteries in fire. The device’s Li-ION batteries may be safely disposedof at a Li-ION recycling point. Follow localrequirements for recycling.Do not put the device’s battery in your mouth,as battery electrolytes are toxic.Do not modify or remanufacture, attemptto insert foreign objects into the battery,immerse or expose to water or other liquids,expose to fire, explosion or other hazard.Only use the battery for the system for whichit is specified.Only use the battery with a charging systemthat has been qualified with the system perthis standard. Use of an unqualified battery orcharger may present a risk of fire, explosion,leakage, or other hazard.Do not short circuit a battery or allow metallicconductive objects to contact batteryterminals.Replace the battery only with another batterythat has been qualified with the system perthis standard, IEEE-Std-1725-200x. Use of an44

unqualified battery may present a risk of fire,explosion, leakage or other hazard.Promptly dispose of used batteries inacco

4G SIM Card: 1. Remove 4G SIM Card from the outer card, being careful not to touch the gold contacts. CAUTION: Do not bend or scratch your 4G SIM Card. Avoid exposing your 4G SIM Card to static electricity, water or dirt. 2. Turn the power off. Remove the battery cover and take the battery out. Locate the