T-Mobile Launches New Hotspot Plans and 5G Hotspot
T-Mobile today launched the Inseego 5G MiFi M2000, a 5G mobile Wi-Fi hotspot that supports both low-band 5G (for maximum coverage) and mid-band 5G for faster data speeds in major cities. T-Mobile also launched four new hotspot data plans that include 5G, ranging from $20 to $50. The plans are: $20/month for 5 GB, $30/month for 10 GB, $40/month for 30 GB, while the $50 plan jumps up to a whopping 100 GB. (These monthly prices require auto-pay.) The Inseego M2000 supports Wi-Fi 6 and up to 30 Wi-Fi connections. It supports 5G in band 41 (mid-band) as well as bands 2, 66, and 71 (low-band), plus LTE. It has a 5050 mAh battery and comes with a 14.4-watt USB-C fast charger. The Inseego 5G MiFi M2000 is available now for $336, or $14/month for 24 months. The new hotspot plans will be available starting Sunday, December 13th.
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