Verizon Debuts Daily, Weekly or Monthly Prepaid Broadband
Today Verizon Wireless announced three new wireless broadband plans that expand the choices its customers have. In addition to the $60 monthly plan that allows for 5GB of data, Verizon is now offering daily broadband at $15 for 75MB; weekly broadband at $30 for 250MB; and monthly broadband at $50 for 500MB. Verizon Wireless said that plans will be bundled together with a wireless USB760 modem, which includes a microSD slot. The bundles will be available starting November 16.
Verizon Debuts In-Home LTE Extender, Pixel 2 Promo
Verizon Wireless today announced the Samsung 4G LTE Network Extender 2, a device meant to improve wireless coverage at your house or small business. Like many network extenders, the Samsung 4G LTE Network Extender 2 plugs into your home's wired broadband service.
Verizon Wireless Rehashes Prepaid Plans
Verizon Wireless has adjusted its selection of prepaid service plans for smartphones, basic phones, and data devices. Verizon now offers three plans to smartphones.
Verizon Plans to Use 5G for Residential Broadband In 2018
Verizon Wireless today said it will launch 5G service next year in up to five markets around the country. Rather than provide wireless service, however, the 5G will be offered to residential customers as an alternative to copper or fiber for in-home broadband.
Verizon, Samsung Offer Small Cell for Improved In-Home Coverage
Verizon Wireless today announced the 4G LTE Network Extender for homes and small businesses. The small box provides LTE coverage in buildings up to about 7,500 square feet, including services such as HD Voice and high-speed data.
Verizon Launches 5 Prepaid Plans for Tablets, Hotspots
Verizon Wireless today revealed five new options for customers who want to connect their tablets or hotspots to Verizon's network on a no-contract basis. The month-to-month data plans cost $15 per week for 500MB, or $20 per month for 1GB, $35 for 2GB, $60 for 5GB, or $100 for 10GB.
What the %^&*!
Yep, Clear is the ONLY true wireless broadband.
1.2 & 1.5mbps is NOTHING to get excited over. I'm refering to all 4 of the national carriers btw...