Cricket's Crosswave Mobile Hotspot shares 3G speeds via Wi-Fi for $149.99

Cricket's Crosswave Mobile Hotspot shares 3G speeds via Wi-Fi for $149.99
Although pre-orders for Cricket's Crosswave device have been available, the popular prepaid carrier officially announced the Mi-Fi like device today which is manufactured by Huawei.

The Crosswave, much like other competing Mi-Fi devices out there, enables users to simply share mobile broadband connections with other devices in close proximity to it via Wi-Fi. Cricket's EV-DO 3G network provides download speeds up to 1.4Mbps and will go on sale online and through retail locations starting October 15th. Pricing is set to $150 for the device, which doesn't require you to sign a contract, but service for it will run at $40 per month for 2.5GB of data, $50 for 5GB, and $60 for a 7.5GB allotment.

So if you've been happy with the service from Cricket so far and receive some fairly decent 3G speeds around your specific area, then you might want to check out the Crosswave and see how it can connect a variety of your devices to the internet without requiring you to be tethered to some lengthy terms.

source: Cricket


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