NetZero, the first ISP to offer free dial-up internet back in 1998, is back in the game with an offer of nearly free 4G mobile internet using Sprint's remaining WiMax infrastructure. Under the terms of the new service, users buy a USB dongle for $49.95, or a hotspot capable of supporting eight connections for $99.95, and get a …
The coverger includes all importasnt plsces and almost all people who might want the service. I hate mobile on GP but this looks good.
Round our way, the coverage map looks identical to Clearwire's. Which makes sense, since I think they're Wimax too.
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