Verizon Wireless has officially announced the upcoming launch of its new ZTE-made Fivespot portable mobile hotspot, which the company claims as the first global ready 3G mobile hotspot, pre-loaded with a SIM card, allowing users to share the wireless connection with up to 5 Wi-Fi capable devices in the nation and around the world.
The new stylish, compact and lightweight Verizon Wireless Fivespot portable mobile hotspot which measures 3.92 x 2.11 x 0.55 inches and weighs just 2.82 ounces is slated to be available through Verizon Wireless starting October 7 for $99.99, after a $100 mail-in rebate with a new 2-year service contract.
Verizon Wireless Fivespot users have to choose one of the wireless broadband plans for connecting to Verizon Wireless’ Mobile Broadband network, check the details at below!
Domestic mobile broadband service plan (USA only):
- $39.99 per month for 250MB monthly allowance and $0.10/MB overage
- $59.99 per month for 5GB monthly allowance and $0.05/MB overage
- Prepaid Mobile Broadband plans:
– $15 for 100 MB (1 day of use)
– $30 for 300 MB (1 week of use)
– $50 for 1GB (30 days of use)
– $80 for 5GB (30 days of use)
GlobalAccess data plan:
- $129.99 a month (5GB allowance for United States and Canada, and $0.05/MB overage), 100MB allowance in select countries ($0.005/KB after allowance)
- $219.99 a month (5GB allowance for United States and Canada, and $0.05/MB overage), 200 MB allowance in select countries ($0.005/KB after allowance)
- GlobalAccess Pay Per Use for occasional use must be purchased with a $59.99 domestic service plan. The Pay Per Use rate is $0.002/KB in Canada, $0.005/KB in Mexico and $0.02/KB in over 200 other countries.