Sped, answers to your questions are easily found online, by doing research. But anyway...here's the deal. You can buy a $10 card with 500mb, a $25 with 1.5gb or $45 with 2.5gb to add as you want. (I think that's correct, or something close anyway.) Or, you can sign up for auto-refills, which are only charged to your credit card only when you run out. The one thing that makes this different than other mifi deals...is that there's no expiration of the mb's you purchase. So if you'd buy 5gb's all at once (2 X $45 cards for example), they'd be good for a full year. The only requirement is to use some of the gb's one time within one year.
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
the manual says 4 hours per charge. I use it as a secondary/emergency/traveling connection and never tried to go that long.
Pretty sure I've used it for at least 2 hours constant, but usually it's just a few minutes for email or a voip phone call.
was $80 for the hardware when I bought mine. After that you create an account and buy data (megabytes or gigabytes). There are a few options there. I'm lucky if I use an entire gigabyte in a year for this device, so it's pretty cheap to run for me.
With the "GO Big - use whenever" plan - there's no time limit, buy 1.5 gig for $25 and it lasts till you use it up.
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PS if your looking for a primary internet connection you would use for long hours this may not be your best choice.
they're (MiFi) making newer (larger) hardware now with bigger batteries.
I like this one because it's small - a thick creditcard size.
- google is your friend
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago