NetZero Wireless has today announced the arrival of a new service, NetZero 4G Mobile Broadband. A fast, protected Internet service for which has been designed to allow users to connect laptops, tablets, and netbooks to the internet.
The new NetZero 4G Mobile Broadband subscription plans start at just $9.95 for 500MB, $19.95 offers 1GB, $34.95 offers 2GB and $49.95 provides 4GB per month. Offering download rates of 10Mbps and upload speeds of up to 1.5Mbps.
NetZero is also offering no overage fees, saying that when a customer reaches their limit an alert will be send out offering three options: 1. buy a top-up for more data immediately, 2. upgrade to a higher-capacity plan, or 3. simply wait until next month to connect again. Mark R. Goldston, chairman, president and CEO of United Online explains:
“NetZero is bridging the digital divide by letting consumers purchase a secure, quality, mobile broadband service at very affordable prices with plans designed to meet the consumers’ data needs,” – “Our service gives customers the freedom to take the Internet anywhere in our coverage area, without being tied to public Wi-Fi service or having to purchase higher-cost, sometimes multi-year plans offered by other mobile broadband providers. With NetZero 4G Mobile Broadband, there are no contracts or commitments, and our customers can even try our service for up to one year for free.”
Source: SlashgearFiled Under: Technology News, Top News