Virgin Mobile Broadband2Go. Called the Netgear Mingle, it's no ordinary LTE hotspot as it supports Sprint's Spark enhanced tri-band (800 Mhz, 1.9Ghz and 2.5Ghz) LTE service that is capable of real-world 50-60 Mbps performance.
Sprint didn't announce pricing for the Mingle but did say that it would be available in the first quarter of 2014 and that it could be used on Virgin Mobile's existing Broadband 2Go plans: $5/day for 250 MB, $25/month for 1.5 GB and $55/month for 6 GB.
Sprint also announced five new Sprint Spark markets; Austin, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Other Spark markets include New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Tampa and Miami, all of which launched in November. Sprint plans to deploy Sprint Spark in about 100 of America’s largest cities during the next three years. By the end of this year, 100 million Americans are expected to have Sprint Spark coverage.
Source and image: Sprint via PhoneNews.com