Best Buy to start selling Virgin Mobile broadband card
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Summer is upon as and many people traveling for vacations to summer homes may still need internet access. They can of course go call up the local cable company and see what deals they can get. If they choose to go wireless, additional wireless equipment may be needed. All of this must be completed for a weekend or month long stay. BGR is reporting that Best Buy will be carrying a mobile broadband card that is offered through Virgin Mobile. Starting June 14, the card will run $149.99 for the hardware and most likely $40 for a monthly 5GB plan. To even really add some spice, it's rumored that a more inexpensive 1GB may be offered. The great thing about it all is the fact that there will be no need to sign up for a hefty two year contract. And another shot of Best Buy's inventory system shows that the card is indeed in their hands.
1. Dood posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:43 0 0
Sweet. Maybe VZW will come up with a similiar plan. Then I'd be willing to get my aircard activated again, as I would never go with Virgin Mobile. Har har har har har. Razr that I can shave with FTW!!!
2. theman10 posted on 26 May 2009, 17:25 0 0
FYI, your last comment couldn't have been dumber. But anyway, Virgin uses Sprint towers, and it is indisputable that Sprint's data is better the VZW. Just a little FYI. And stop with the gay comments about the RAZR.