Verizon Launching Samsung 4G LTE Hotspot Mobile Network, March 31st
Time to take it up a notch, as Verizon presents its 4G LTE Hotspot Mobile Network! Now available at selected territories.
Why go 3G when you can go 4G? If speed is what you’re looking for, then speed is what you’ll be getting. Verizon Wireless introduces its first mobile 4G LTE Hotspot network, which is set for a debut this 31st of March. This marks the first time Verizon will launch a mobile network ever since the Verizon Network was unveiled last December.
The Samsung 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot connects you and four other Wi-Fi-enabled devices with speeds ranging from 5 Mbps to 12 Mbps for downloads, and 2 Mbps to 5 Mbps for uploads. However, these speeds can only be attained if the users are within the 39 cities where Verizon LTE is available. Otherwise, users can still enjoy 3G speeds outside Verizon’s zone. Don’t worry though, they’re planning to expand their coverage by the end of the year.
So, how much is the price of speed? Well Verizon really has this knack of making things expensive, and the LTE Mobile Hotspot network is no exception. A two-year data contract costs $99 after a mail-in rebate of $50. Users with no contract or rebate pay $270. There are two data plans available, the 5GB and 10GB which cost $50 and $80 per month respectively. Additional gigabyte costs $10.
Verizon once again leads the pack with their LTE mobile network device. And as the 4G network continues to grow, it won’t be too long until other carriers provide similar services as well.View Article Source »