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Boost Mobile Offers ZTE Warp Connect Mobile Hotspot Device for $50

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Boost Mobile has just announced a new mobile hotspot device called ZTE Warp Connect. Through this mobile hotspot device, users can connect up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices including smartphones, laptops, tablets, cameras, gaming consoles, and many others.

The ZTE Warp Connect comes with a TFT display that gives its user a way to see the usage and the connection available. It operates with a MDM9207 processor with 256 MB of RAM and 512 MB ROM. The device has a 2,300 mAh non-removable battery that gives it up to 10 hours of battery life. From within its software, the device runs on a Linux 3.10 operating system.

The Sprint prepaid brand currently offers this hotspot device at $49.99, which may be purchased directly through their website. It can also be purchased along with one of Boost Mobile's Wi-Fi Hotspot Plans that start at $25 per month. These plans include the following:

  • $25/month - includes 1.5 GB of 4G LTE data (or Enhanced LTE)
  • $50/month - includes 10 GB of 4G LTE data (or Enhanced LTE)

For more information about this device, check out Boost Mobile's website.


Source: Prepaid Mobile Phone Reviews

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  1. I was just wondering if hotspot was a ram hog, apparently not, 256mb ram can run 10 devices.

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  2. Uncompetitive. Unattractive. Sprint being Sprint.

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  3. Does it do CA? 4x4 MIMO? Fixed battery is a fail!

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    1. Fixed battery implies this is a burner device designed to last just over a year. I doubt it has any bells and whistles beyond its color screen, but if it does I would like to know. It appears to be a lower cost replacement for the Fuse.

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    2. Good point. I'm heaping derision on the Samsung Galaxy line and iPhones for copying the cheapo, burner design deficiency of "fixed batteries".

      If you pay $800 for a phone, you shouldn't suffer through non-removable batteries because the phone maker didn't want to spend 1.3 cents on a snap-off back or 4 corner screws so the back can be easily removed.

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  4. Yeesh. I remember when I had a Virgin Mobile WiMax hotspot that was unlimited for $35/month. The least Sprint could do is offer competitive pricing. How many people are going to a Boost store to get a hotspot when they offer 8GB on their unlimited plan at $50.

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    1. I had the vm many years ago. They were junk. They couldnt even stay on line for 5 min. However that was then. These things actually work and are useful.But if you actually need more than the 8 that comes with your phone then your best off adding a family plan. Ad a second phone and you get 8 more g. And it will only cost you 70 dollars a month instead of 100.

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    2. Why pay $50 for 10GB of hotspot? For the same price you can get a plan with 8GB of hotspot and unlimited data. I have this plan and it works great. The best part is to buy chromecast and use your phone as a monitor. Just connect everything on your phone to the tv and it works great. All movies, sports, tv shows, show on the television. I spent 200GB per month on my unlimited plan. I use Sling tv and Amazon Prime. That is how I use so much data. I don't have to watch it on my phone. It all shows on the tv. You don't chromecast it technically, you cast the phone to the tv using chromecast. Understand? It works great!

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  5. Why would anyone buy this when AT&T's GoPhone offers more data (2GB vs 1.5GB) for the same amount?

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  6. Sprint?

    Sounds like it's dead on arrival.

    After all, their CDMA service is about to get shut down once Tmo takes over.

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  7. The price should be:

    $0 - 3GB
    $10 - 10GB
    $30 - Unlimited

    Device - Free and unlockable

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  8. Here's Verizon's plan to screw people who need wireless broadband:
    https://www.wirelessweek.com/news/2017/05/verizon-takes-home-broadband-wireless-4g-lte-router

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    1. Total fail; prices are so high no one will use this. Much cheaper to tether cell phone.

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    2. How dare they! Verizon should give away all wireless broadband for free. They have no right to recoup costs or make any profit on the massive investment they put into providing it.

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    3. Only very low use customers will consider this plan. The rest will tether their phone. I am still waiting for Verizon to actually compete in this market.

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  9. I can't get it configured. Ughhh!!! I'll!!!

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