T-Mobile Brings Its First 3G Modem to Market
Today T-Mobile USA announced availability of its first USB wireless broadband modem. The T-Mobile webConnect USB Laptop Stick is made by Huawei and features tri-band GSM/EDGE and tri-band 1700/1900/2100MHz HSDPA/UMTS radios. It includes a microSD slot supporting cards up to 8GB, and with on-board Wi-Fi, also supports T-Mobile's HotSpot Network. The dongle has T-Mobile's Connection Manager software built-in to help find the best connection. The T-Mobile webConnect USB Laptop Stick supports Windows XP and Vista at launch, with support for Apple computers coming at a later date. Customers can access 5GB of wireless data per month for $60, with a $0.20/MB overage charge. The dongle is available for $50 with a two-year agreement, or for $250 with no contract. It is available in select retail stores and online starting March 25.
Hands On with the New USB Plug
There's a new USB connector coming that will replace both the micro-USB connector on phones, and the full-size USB connector. It's reversible like Apple's Lightning connector, and it can handle lots of electricity plus very fast data transfers.
Huawei P10 Revealed by FCC
The FCC today approved a new, unannounced phone from Huawei that matches leaked photos of the P10. The company is expected to announce the P10 flagship phone in a little over a week at the MWC trade show in Barcelona.
AT&T Shows Off '5G Evolution' Mobile Hotspot
AT&T today announced the Netgear Nighthawk Mobile Hotspot Router, what it calls the first 5G evolution mobile hotspot. The device supports AT&T's test 5G networks in select markets, such as Austin, Texas, and AT&T's existing LTE 4G network everywhere else.
Verizon Debuts Global Jetpack with LTE-A and Support for 15 Connected Devices
Verizon Wireless this week announced the MiFi 7730L Jetpack, a global mobile hotspot that provides wireless access to WiFi devices in the U.S. and around the world.
Just to validate my point
Are you kiding me!!!
Lets not forget that t-mobile is still a young company. Its only been around for 10 years in the United States so for everyone to say they're late in the game is retarted. Verizon and sprint has been around forever an
Here are the cities that T-Mobile has 3G:
Atlantic City, NJ
Nice device, bad price...
Call me optimistic!
Its almost like a company saying, he we finally have dsl servic...
the price is a turn-off
but now, it's a turn-off
luckily, T-Mobile still keeps Total Internet, that you can grab unlocked 3G phone (5330 is due July) or TM506, and tether away for $40, and still unlimited (maybe up to 10GB)
The best way to go is buying the 3rd party data USB stick floating around on the internet...
i love t-mo!!!