Sprint Announces MiFi 2200 Hotspot

Ainsley Jones

Verizon won't be the only carrier offering Novatel's MiFi 2200 mobile hot spot for long. Verizon will begin selling the device to its customers beginning May 17.


Today, Sprint announced that it will offer its own version of the device for its network the first week of June, reports SlashGear. Like Verizon, Sprint will sell the device for $99.99 after a mail-in rebate and a two-year service agreement. Unlike Verizon, Sprint will support MiFi's GPS capabilities, says Wireless Week. Sprint customers will have their choice of a $59.99 monthly broadband plan or a $149.99 Simply Everything plan.

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May 16, 2009 7:02 AM ChimeHost ChimeHost  says:

It would be a great replacement if it weren't for the 5GB cap. I suppose I could track my usage to see if I actually do use 5GB per month, but I'm assuming with today's Flash websites and streaming videos, that's not hard to reach.


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