Cricket Wireless has unveiled a new mobile broadband modem that plugs into the USB port of your computer. The new modem is called the ZTE AC3781 the new modem is designed to be affordable and uses the Cricket no contract mobile broadband plans. The device will allow the user to access the web, email, text, and supports apps needing connectivity.
The little modem is pretty nice looking with black and green design and it has a swiveling USB port so it can be aimed in the direction needed for your space and to get the best connectivity. Cricket says the modem will work with PC and Mac computers. The modem can also be used as a flash drive to store data.
The modem has a microSD card slot that supports up to 32GB of storage. That will allow you to store your documents, photos, and files for sharing. The modem will sell for $99.99 and broadband plans for the modem cost $45 to $65 monthly with speeds up to 1.4 Mbps.