T-Mobile HotSpot @Home Review
In order for the service to work, you have to have a plan, a phone, and a router. The HotSpot@Home service is available for $19.99 per month for individuals and $29.99 per month for families. The service will be on sale for a limited time at $9.99 per month for individuals and $19.99 per month for families. To start, only two phones will work with the service, the Nokia 6086 and the Samsung t409. Both of these are basic feature phones. T-Mobile subscribers who have devices such as the Wing will not be able to use the embedded Wi-Fi radios in their existing devices to access the service. Both the 6086 and t409 retail for $49.99 after rebates with two-year agreement. The T-Mobile-branded routers are also $49.99, but are free after a mail-in rebate.
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