Global-ready Verizon Jetpack 890L mobile hotspot will be available for $19.99 on May 24th
Coming to Big Red’s lineup starting on May 24th, it’ll be sporting a 2-year contract price of $19.99, which follows after the Verizon Jetpack 4620L from earlier in the year. This model is in fact manufacturer by China-based company ZTE, and features support for up to 10 simultaneous connections. Much like some of the recent mobile hotspots we’ve been seeing, the Jetpack 890L also features an interactive OLED information display that provides for some useful info.
Verizon’s speedy 4G LTE network, but seeing that this bad boy is global-ready as well, it’s compatible to work in over 205 countries around the world. And in the event that you’re not present in a location that has 4G LTE connectivity within the US, it’ll always default to using Verizon’s legacy 3G EV-DO network instead.
source: Verizon via Mobileburn
1. DigitalMD posted on 22 May 2012, 14:49 1
Too late, the technical promise of Smart phones is dead and buried by the skyrocketing data cost to consumers. The IPhone was a flash in the pan. Rest In Peace.
Back to the days of text and voice... ha... take that VZW
2. items17070 posted on 22 May 2012, 16:36 3
Sounds great, but are we still able to get past that childish 5GB yet? NOPE! not interested!
3. Saamic posted on 22 May 2012, 20:45 1
I don't understand what Verizon is thinking right now.... they're coming out with all these data absorbing services and devices, yet they're making data extremely expensive
4. DarkCobra posted on 23 May 2012, 01:58 0
Well, I know what Verizon is thinking right now . . . it's called MORE MONEY!