Verizon has today released drivers that will now allow their Pantech 4G LTE USB modem to support Mac OS X. Allowing Mac owners to now connect to the new 4G networks offering speeds averaging 12 Mbps and uploads around 2 Mbps.
Unfortunately the Verizon 4G modem drivers have only been released for the Pantech UML290 and not the LG VL600, the other LTE modem Verizon sells, which still only supports Windows systems at the moment.
If you have a Verizon Pantech UML290 you can now download drivers directly from Verizon’s website, supporting Mac OS X 10.6, but but also 10.4 and 10.5.
Verizon is currently offering its 4G network at a rate of $60 for 5 GB per month, more information is available from their website.
Via IntoMobileFiled Under: Apple, Technology News