Walmart is now selling AT&T's prepaid DataConnect Pass & USB Modem

Walmart is now selling AT&T's prepaid DataConnect Pass & USB Modem
There is no turning back the clock when it comes to AT&T's stance on moving forward with its new data plan offerings, but thankfully for those who aren't power users, there is an affordable solution that won't tether you. Generally most of the wireless carriers charge $60 per month for their wireless broadband service via some sort of modem, but Walmart is keeping things simple as they've started to offer AT&T's Prepaid DataConnect Pass service that provides subscribers a no-contract broadband service that won't empty pockets. For those who are interested, the LG USB Connect Turbo modem will need to be purchased at $129.99 first and will then choose the plan to fit their needs. The available plans include $20 for 75MB of data access over the course of 1 day, $30 for 250MB over 1 week, and a $50 option that provides 500MB over the course of a month. Although it may look pricey at first, but when you consider that it doesn't require you to sign a contract, it may prove to be a flexible and cost effective option for you.

source: PhoneNews


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