Details of AT&T's Femtocell Slip
Jan 26, 2009, 10:42 AM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Jan 26, 2009, 1:23 PM
AT&T has published a Web site that reveals some information about its femotcell product. Like the femtocells being offered by Sprint and Verizon Wireless, AT&T's 3G MicroCell is meant to boost in-home cellular coverage. The 3G MicroCell provides unlimited nationwide calling from any 3G MicroCell with a 3G MicroCell service plan. The 3G MicroCell provides coverage for voice and data applications, such as surfing the Web, for up to four users at one time. Up to 10 different handsets can be registered with a single MicroCell, and it supports all of AT&T's 3G handsets. AT&T will have plans for families, individuals and businesses. Accounts can be managed online, and the MicroCell is protected from unauthorized use. AT&T has not specified when the 3G MicroCell will launch, what it will cost, and what any associated service plans will cost. A broadband Internet connection is required.
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How is data billed?
I could see the voice part being unlimited but still charging for texting, data, or both.
That said, this is a corporation. With Sprint's Femtocell, even though it's going over your home internet, they still bill your peak min...
Why would they make us pay more for this???
3G only?!?! Dammit!
The use of this tech is allowing you to talk where the voice is not working to well, Just like verizon/sprint/tmobile its allowing you to pick up signal where you would be able to befor...