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Replying to:  Broadband2Go USB device or MiFi? by DarkSt0rm   Sep 1, 2010, 4:43 PM

Re: Broadband2Go USB device or MiFi?

by dartlady    Jan 1, 2011, 12:34 AM

I've had a MIFI2200 Less or more since this fall. The first one came broken, it couldn't hold a signal. Exchanged it at Walmart. The second one worked albeit slowly for about 2 months. Occasionally it would drop the signal or have to be reset but it worked. The signal is slow, but usable. Then, starts Virgin Mobile Hell! That device broke in early December. They sent me a replacement which I got a week later (due to a FedEx issue, I should have gotten it sooner). That device was activated to someone else and couldn't be activated to me. They promised to send me a different device. What I received 2 days later was an empty envelope with a return label but no device. I have been waiting since then for them to send it to me. Their excuse is that they have to research why I got an empty envelope instead of a device and they keep making new "tickets" yet not sending the device. I have been waiting weeks and keep getting the run around.

So all in all if you dare to trust Virgin Mobile or that the device will work, it is invaluable and the price is right. However $40/mo times 0 is still 0. I am looking to switch to Verizon where I may have to pay a lot more for much less, but I at least assume I will have service.

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