Reliable LTE
Failover Solutions

With data on the cloud and more internet traffic, network failure is more likely and more harmful than ever before. There are a myriad of serious problems that can occur if your cellular network goes down, necessitating rapid internet failover solutions. With our LTE failover plans, we’ll supply your backup connection if your primary network goes down.

Our LTE failover routers available for purchase offer you the best router solutions for wireless failovers. Many offer high speeds, GPS tracking, multiple SIM card slots, and even options that let you automatically switch off the router based on a predetermined data cap or location to save money. Browse our options below and sign up with the SIMON IoT to get started or give us a call so we can get you the LTE failover router and plan that best fits your needs.

Why LTE Is a Good Failover Solution

Within network failover solutions, there are different types of failover connections to choose from. Your business can choose from typical cellular connectivity options, i.e. 3G, 4G, LTE. Or, they can rely on a hard wired solution such as Fios or CenturyLink. Some of the best internet failover solutions are wireless because they’re reliable and efficient.

LTE is a good failover solution because it’s reliable and can keep up with the demands of a modern business. When a primary wired connection fails, an LTE failover solution provides internet access, support for cloud-based applications, and connectivity to other locations.

Compare LTE Failover Router Pricing

RocketFailover Unifi Soracom SimplyFailover SIMON IoT
$29.95+/month $15.00/month $189.00 $54.99+/month $29.99/month
100 MB, then $20.00/GB 1 GB, then $10.00/GB Not stated on site 5 MB Free, then $15.00/GB 3GB

What Happens When Your Network Goes Down?

Company Time Is Wasted

Without a network connection many employees are left without the capability to fulfill their work responsibilities. Paying all your affected employees while they aren’t able to work can amount to a high price that could be avoided with wireless failover.

Customers Are Negatively Affected

Customers are also affected by a network crash. In industries like healthcare and public transportation, the effect on customers or users can be drastic. In other scenarios, customers can grow frustrated if you aren’t able to meet their needs as you normally would with a functioning network. These negative effects are why so many businesses rely on wireless failover and internet failover solutions.

Revenue Is Lost

Production might stop, sales may not be recognized by your systems and frustrated customers may bring their business elsewhere. For these reasons and more revenue is directly affected when your network goes down. Opting for a wireless failover plan prevents this revenue loss.


Worldwide Coverage

Our wireless failover network provides coverage worldwide. You’ll be covered wherever you are.

Custom Plans

We want what’s best for you and your operation. We’ll do everything we can to provide the LTE failover plan that suits you best.

Secure Connection

You want your connection to be secure, and we can provide that with our wireless failover plans.

Expert Support

We have knowledgeable staff that’s ready to help you work through any questions or concerns you have.

Automatic Transfer to Our Network

As soon as your primary network goes down, we automatically connect you to our network. No need to contact us or wait for your wireless failover to kick in.

Data Pooling

Data pooling allows connectivity to encompass multiple locations and devices.

What to Look for in an LTE Failover Solution:

Here are three crucial factors to consider when choosing the right LTE failover solution for your business.

Connectivity Needs

Not every business needs the same amount of connection to run at full capacity. It is important to determine precise needs based on the size of your business and its data, so that you can avoid paying too much for your failover solution plan (whether you chose a plan too large and are using much less than you’re paying for, or a plan too small resulting in overage fees).

Hardware Requirements

Internet failover solutions require different hardware options, from routers to battery backup systems. Before choosing a solution, you’ll want to make sure that your operation’s physical layout fits the failover solution you choose. You’ll also need to be aware of gateway device options and management options. For instance, some solutions will need a power source or server to connect to. You want to choose a solution that your business can support.

Pricing Options

One of the most important considerations is finding an affordable solution. You want to choose a solution that provides the connectivity you need with a price that fits your budget. Most internet backup solutions use similar price structures; a monthly fee to maintain service and to cover a certain amount of data, should you need it that month. Then, there’s an overage fee for if you use more than the set amount of data.

One thing to beware of is that many provider’s pricing options may seem reasonable at first glance, but will add up quickly if you ever do need to rely on them. The reason for this is that the amount of data covered in the plan is actually relatively small compared to how much data it would realistically take to run your business in the case of an outage. Make sure to assess how much data would be used per hour to keep your business running so that you can make a better informed decision when choosing a failover solution plan.

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