Sprint also to launch the MiFi 2200
The plans that you will be able to enjoy it on are as follows: $59.99 per month mobile broadband only or $149.99 per month for the Simply Everything Plan + mobile broadband, both excluding taxes and surcharges. Keep in mind that both plans include a maximum of 5 GB traffic per month and you’ll be charged 5 cents per every single megabyte over the limit. You won’t be allowed to get the MiFi 2200 on cheaper plans, such as Verizon’s $39.99 monthly access plan, but the 250 MB one is hardly what most people who want the device would opt for anyway.
The Novatel Wireless MiFi 2200 acts like a mobile hotspot, which allows you to connect your Wi-Fi enabled devices through the carrier’s EVDO Rev A Network. You can check our Verizon MiFi 2200 Review here.
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2. DonLouie (Posts: 594; Member since: 22 Dec 2008)
Why don't they let the family plans get that price too, can't wait til the WiMax one hits the scene. Not taking anything from this
4. T-Money3000 (unregistered)
I thought VZW would have at least come out with a larger cap or none at all.... @ least Sprint isn't that smart...
5. htsee (Posts: 86; Member since: 15 Mar 2009)
sprint was the last to implement the 5gb cap... and theyre data network is still the fastest... either way, i agree with the rest of you guys, these caps suck!