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AT&T offers DataConnect Pass for mobile broadband without contract

AT&T offers DataConnect Pass for mobile broadband without contract

The problem for me with mobile broadband is that I only need it a few days out of the year. That said, when I need it I need it. The catch is that I don’t use it enough to justify the $60 monthly cost of the average plan. If you are like me, AT&T has announced a new DataConnect Pass that makes mobile data flexible with day, week, and month passes with no contract.

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Sprint has blocked phone use as a modem angering users

Sprint has blocked phone use as a modem angering users

One of the things that many users of 3G enabled smartphones buy their devices for is so they can use them as modems for their notebooks and netbooks for Internet access on the go. Most mobile phone providers frown on this and some like AT&T outright block the capability for high-end devices like the iPhone.

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GM offers Wi-Fi on select vehicle models

GM offers Wi-Fi on select vehicle models

We are slowly getting to the point in America where we can be connected to the Internet and reams of data everywhere we go. We can stay connected on commercial air flights commonly now and internet access is coming to our cars. GM has announced that it will be offering in-vehicle WiFi on select models very soon as a dealer installed option.

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Cricket Wireless offers UM185C broadband modem

Cricket Wireless offers UM185C broadband modem

Cricket Wireless is one of the more popular pre-paid wireless carriers in the U.S. and the company has announced a new broadband modem for its 3G network. The modem is called the UM185C and has a swivel USB hinge.

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Verizon and ZTE Introduce the AD3700 for World Travellers

Verizon and ZTE Introduce the AD3700 for World Travellers

Verizon Wireless announced today the upcoming release of the AD3700 global USB modem from ZTE. Locally, the device will utilize Verizon's EV-DO Revision A network, but globally it will open up its network capability and access EV-DO, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, HSPA, and UMTS, allowing Verizon wireless customers to use their new device in 175 countries.

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