Sprint introduces its $49.99 on-contract ZTE international mobile hotspot device

Sprint introduces its $49.99 on-contract ZTE international mobile hotspot device
For the most part, Sprint’s devices are generally geared to work domestically in the US – though, there are few models that sport the global fanfare. Supplementing their portfolio, Sprint announced today the availability of their new international mobile hotspot device that’s manufactured by ZTE.

Priced at $49.99 with your John Hancock on a 2-year contract, this global ready ZTE mobile hotspot features global capabilities since it’s a dual-more CDMA-EVDO and GSM/UMTS/WCDMA device. In addition to working properly with Sprint’s vast 3G network, you can take it abroad and expect to retain connectivity as it roams onto any of the 3G networks offered by GSM operators around the globe.

Naturally, you’ll be able to connect up to a maximum of 5 Wi-Fi devices – plus, it features an external display that provides useful information like its battery life and signal strength. Moreover, the unit can be accessed by using a web-based user interface.

Therefore, if you’re a Sprint customer that travels internationally a lot, then you might want to consider picking this up to keep you connected at all times.

source: Sprint via Phonescoop

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