Pros Great speeds when in a 4G area (averaging 5Mbps down).
Cons Limited 4G area. SLOW upload speeds. 39.99 "unlimited" plan is throttled when 5Gbs is reached (throttled down to EDGE speed).
Summary Great speeds when under the "4G" umbrella. Able to use as a hotspot through laptop to connect iPad, iPod, iPhone. Great rate plan with exception to the 5Gb throttling.
"***** Junk ****"on by rbecerra69
Pros NOTHING GOOD TO SAY.
Cons Where to start? Terrible customer service. Slow speed no matter what time of day or location. Throwing away $40.00 a month this service.
Summary Don't bother buying it. Go with AT&T or Verizon at least they work. I've called tech support at least 20 times and each time they have a new reason. It may be my area, the network, my computer setting, Guess what we have 2 laptops, a Macbook and a PC, and it the same speed on both no matter what location I am in.
Pros seller never respose
Cons if seller good sale good
Summary its suprb speed very frindlly useable...
Pros There are no pros.
Cons Using T-Mobil network that has never worked well.
Summary Anything associated with T Mobil is suspect. My buddy and I tried this and it was working about half the time in SoCal.
Pros This unit really flies in areas where you can receive their HSPA+ signal.
Cons Unfortunately, it doesn't take a long drive to get back to their 3G, then Edge and finally (really slow) GPRS out in the boonies.
Summary If you live in a major metro area, you can't beat it - I dropped cable service. Just know where you will be going. Note that while going out of town rapidly dropped the speeds, it will still usually connect. On the other hand at&t has better out of metro speeds, but is often overloaded in the metros. Pick your poison.