Verizon In his press release, lithium-ion batteries are overheated and may pose a fire and burn hazard. 2.5 million hotspots announced that he would recall his device. The company is responsible for this recall process. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) will work with.
Verizon takes the hotspot issue seriously
“The safety of our customers is our highest priority. We take the situation very seriously. “We work diligently to determine the cause of supplier-related problems and to provide all our customers with spare devices free of charge.”
Besides CPSC, In the bulletin he published Verizon’un that devices are overheating 15 stated that he had received a report. Six of these reports were about fire damage to a bed or upholstery. The commission also said there were minor burn injuries in both incidents. The To the verge a talking Verizon the spokesperson is also about 1.3 million hotspots He said his device is currently being used by customers. He also stated that the recall is about the entire device, not the batteries.
In the past USA coronavirus Due to the epidemic, the demand for hotspots has increased considerably. Schools and libraries used the devices for students who do not have internet access at home, so that they would not be deprived of the work of being. Verizon, sent a software update to active points to reduce the risk of overheating as it prevents devices from charging while powered on.
Not in use during this period hotspots advising to turn off and not to cover Verizon, He said prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures is also not a good idea for devices.