NetZero Makes Comeback with All Free ISP

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NetZero Makes Comeback with All Free ISP

It seems that NetZero, the free ISP, has made its comeback. NetZero 4G HotSpot, which is termed as a solid cellular modem, is touted to instigate fast data transfer. As of now, users would be offered five plans. All those who are expecting free plan would get a plan for free mobile broadband, though the date under plan would be small. Extended till 12 months, the users can get 200MB of data per month.

Apart from the free plan, the rest are priced at $9.95 per month for 500MB, $19.95 for 1GB, $34.95 for 2GB, and $49.95 for 4GB. Running on Clearwire's WiMax, the service is confirmed to be available to people living in 80 cities.

While it may have a lot to offer, there are some loopholes which can affect its profitability, including people are not much aware about the quality of the network available in their area, users can’t understand how much they have actually used in a single month and add-on data would be available at quite high rate.

As per NetZero, the modem would work within a 150-foot range. All those who are looking for 1GB or less of mobile broadband per month, this one could be their best bet, and for others, they must look for some other options.


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