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US Cellular Announces 4G LTE Samsung Mobile Hotspot

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In an bid to seaside adult a stream 4G LTE lineup, U.S. Cellular has now announced a new 4G LTE mobile hotspot from Samsung that is now accessible online and will turn accessible in stores starting May 21st.

The device, whose full name is a 4G LTE Samsung SCH-LC11 Mobile Hotspot, will concede U.S. Cellular users to bond 5 inclination so as to take advantage of 4G LTE speeds.

Like other 4G LTE networks in a United States, U.S. Cellular’s network provides users with information speeds that can strech adult to 10 times faster than normal 3G.

Those unknown with 4G LTE information speeds can see only how quick it is in a video below. A Motorola Droid Bionic, powered by Verizon’s 4G LTE network, positively smokes a 3G iPhone 4S in a information speed test.

U.S. Cellular will be charity a device adult for a small $50 after a $50 mail-in remission in areas that are now lonesome by a carrier’s 4G LTE network and in areas where a conduit will be rolling it out after this year.

Customers who squeeze a hotspot will have to select a monthly information devise choice and options embody 300 MB for $10, 2 GB for $25, 5 GB for $50 and 10 GB for $90.

Earlier this year, U.S. Cellular announced a large 4G LTE hurl out that is set to take place after on this year and during slightest some cities that will be saying use shortly embody Rockford and Peoria, Ill.; Columbia and Jefferson City, Mo.; Manchester, N.H.; Wilmington and Jacksonville, N.C.; Tulsa, Okla.; Medford, Ore.; Knoxville, Tenn.; Roanoke and Lynchburg, Va.; Yakima and a Tri-Cities, Wash.; Morgantown, W. Va. and LaCrosse and Beloit, Wis.

By a finish of 2012, a conduit skeleton to have some-more than half of a business lonesome by 4G LTE data.

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