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AT&T's First MiFi Device Boasts Apps and MicroSD Support

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Nov 17, 2010, 1:09 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e
updated Nov 17, 2010, 1:32 PM

AT&T today announced the addition of Novatel's MiFi mobile hotspot device to its lineup of mobile broadband products. AT&T says the its variant of the Novatel MiFi 2372 mobile hotspot is the first to include an operating system that supports widgets and applications. It provides Wi-Fi access for up to five other properly equipped devices using its HSPA network at 7.2Mbps. The MiFi 2372 also accepts microSD cards up to 32GB, and has on-board GPS and support for location-based services. AT&T says the 2372's on-board OS will provide users with access to browser-based widgets such as data usage and SMS, as well as GeoSearch and GeoWeather. It will be available from AT&T stores for $50 after rebate with new agreement. AT&T says the device is comptabiel with its DataConnect plans, offering 200MB for $35 or 5GB for $60 per month.

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atandtrep

Nov 17, 2010, 1:34 PM

monthly rates?

will this device use the same rates as other att data devices? there is no mention of monthly rate in the article from att.
"AT&T says the device is compatible with its DataConnect plans, offering 200MB for $35 or 5GB for $60 per month."
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the price was not in the original article, it was revised. and no communication about this device or plan has been sent to reps at att yet. we are usually the last to know things like this, we find out the day it goes on sale maybe the day before if...
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land of the free phone

Nov 17, 2010, 2:01 PM

200 MB???

Holy crap 200 MB for $35?
Canadian data rates are cheaper then that 🤣
 
 
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