T-Mobile rolls out webConnect USB Laptop Stick

T-Mobile rolls out webConnect USB Laptop Stick

T-Mobile has unveiled its new webConnect USB Laptop Stick to answer the demand for connectivity with expanding WiFi and 3G networks. Interestingly, the new WebConnect offers not only local connection using T-Mobile 3G networks or WiFi but tri-band 3G connectivity (HSDPA/UMTS 1900/AWS/2100), so you’ll be able to use it on compatible networks overseas. Read the full details after the break.

In addition, the T-Mobile WebConnect laptop stick can also be use as portable storage with microSD/SDHC expansion slot that can accept up to 8GB cards. WebConnect also comes with built-in T-Mobile Connection Manager software to automatically detect the best available Internet connection.

T-Mobile WebConnect USB Laptop Stick will be available in select T-Mobile retail stores and online starting March 25. There are various pricing options available: $49.99 with a two-year contract after rebate; $99.99 with one-year contract; or $249.99 with no contract.

Service plans start at $59.99, which gives you 5GB of wireless data per month. If you go over that limit, you will be charged an overage fee of $0.20 per MB.

To help you keep tabs on your usage and minimize overage charges, the aforementioned Connection Manager software also monitors how much data you have used and how much you have left for the month.

With the increasing demand on the netbooks, I believe T-Mobile have targeted the mobility features with its new webConnect.

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