AT&T will turn your car into a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot with the ZTE Mobley, launching September 11th

AT&T will turn your car into a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot with the ZTE Mobley, launching September 11th
How would you like to have a Wi-Fi hotspot in you car? While some automakers are equipping their new vehicles with Wi-Fi connectivity, AT&T and ZTE USA are teaming up to present the ZTE Mobley. Launching on September 11th, the plug-in device will be available at AT&T, and from a special website (www.att.com/mobley). The Mobley plugs into the on-board diagnostics port (OBD II) that most cars from 1996 to the present, now have.

When you turn over the ignition, the ZTE Mobley turns on and quickly offers a Wi-Fi connection for up to five devices, using AT&T's 4G LTE network. And if you sign up for a two-year contract, the device is absolutely free. If you don't want to get handcuffed for 24 months, the ZTE Mobley will cost you $100.

You can add the Mobley to a Mobile Share Value Plan for a $10 monthly access charge. You can also use a DataConnect plan and get 1GB of data for $20 or 3GB for $30.




source: AT&T via Engadget

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