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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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  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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  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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