Mobile spy reviews zero dark thirty youtube

 

Mobile spy reviews zero dark thirty youtube

NetZero, the free ISP you may remember from back in the dial-up days, is back, and this time it's bringing the broadband. And yes, there is still a free option, as you surely must be wondering. The NetZero 4G HotSpot is a solid cellular modem, and features good data speeds and a few tiers of pricing that will satisfy the contract-free mobile broadband needs for some. But overall, you can find better deals elsewhere.

The rest of the prices are as follows: $9.95 per month for 500MB, $19.95 for 1GB, $34.95 for 2GB, and $49.95 for 4GB. That $10-20 range is where the NetZero HotSpot shines. The only comparable plan in that price range is from Virgin Mobile, which offers 500MB of data for $20 per month—double the price of NetZero. So if all you need is light email and Web access, NetZero's HotSpot is a good deal indeed.

But for the same $34.99 that gets you 2GB on NetZero, the Clear Spot 4G Apollo  ($99.99, 4 stars) gets you unlimited data, albeit at capped speeds. But $49.99 gets you unlimited data from both Clear and Virgin Mobile, with no preset speed caps. Even Sprint offers 3GB of 3G or 4G data for $34.99 per month, 6GB for $49.99, or 12GB for $79.99, though those plans require a contract. So the larger your data needs are, the better off you are going with a different carrier. Additionally, NetZero offers its broadband through Clear, which is only available in a limited number of areas, so make sure you're covered before buying in.