T-Mobile WebConnect Laptop Card
March 25, 2009 by John
Finally, T-Mobile has entered the game of wireless laptop connect. Can the new T-Mobile WebConnect Laptop Card now competes with free AT&T laptop connect cards and Verizon Internet card? I don’t think so. All carriers charge the same monthly fee of $59 for 5GB of wireless data access. While the price is inline with competing services from Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T, the new T-Mobile 3G service is only available in 130 cities. How many cities can you use your Sprint laptop cards? Over 18,600 cities so far. T-Mobile wireless laptop card uses tri-band 3G connectivity. So, even 3G is not available, you can still connect through GPRS/EDGE. Another great thing about the TMobile wireless card is that you will still be able to use it outside of Unites States.
How much does the new T-Mobile Web Connect Laptop card cost? $50 with a 2-year contract and $100 with only 1-year service. If you don’t’ want to lock yourself up with a plan, try it for $250.
Update: T-Mobile Web Connect Card is $99 with a new service plan. No rebates required.