AT&T 3G MicroCell™ – Wireless freedom where it matters most

AT&T 3G MicroCell


Its looks like AT&T have something up stake to match for WiFi Home networking like what T-Mobile’s HotSpot@Home, Sprint’s AIRAVE, and Verizon’s Wireless Network Extender. The Microcell is said to comes on Cisco and works on broadband signal which is to cover up to 5000 sq. ft. and allow up to 4 simultaneous voice and data connections and this will only works on 3G phones.

Since this works in 3G compared to Samsung and Sprint which offered 2G signals, AT&T have a clear advantage but to see that it is “3G MicroCell service plan” count a fee for its extended signals. Its availability and how much is still missing, so you better stay tuned and connected here.

What is an AT&T 3G MicroCell™?

AT&T 3G MicroCell acts like a mini cellular tower in your home or small business environment. It connects to AT&T’s network via your existing broadband internet service (such as DSL or cable) and is designed to support up to 10 3G capable wireless phones in a home or small business setting. With AT&T 3G MicroCell, you receive improved cellular signal performance for both voice calls and cellular data applications, like picture messaging and surfing the web for up to 4 simultaneous users.

Device Features:

  • Enhanced coverage indoors – supports both voice and data up to 5000 square feet.
  • Available unlimited minute plans – Individual or Family Plan.
  • 3G handset compatible – works with any AT&T 3G Phone.
  • Up to 4 simultaneous voice or data users supported.
  • Device is secure – cannot be accessed by unauthorized users, easy and secure online management of device settings
  • Seamless call hand-over – start calls on your 3G MicroCell and continue uninterrupted even if you leave the building.

Device Requirements:

  • 3G wireless phone/device
  • Broadband service over DSL or cable
  • Computer with internet access for online registration

Additional Information:

  • Installing your device near a window is strongly recommended to ensure access to Global Positioning System (GPS). A GPS link is needed to verify the device location during the initial startup.
  • The 3G MicroCell device is portable. The device may be moved, provided the new location is within the AT&T authorized service area and properly registered online.

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