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erehm
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Registered: ‎12-15-2010
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AT&T MiFi 2372 vs. VZ MiFi 2200

Tell me why I should purchase the MiFi 2372 from AT&T?

 

1.  As an existing customer with two iPhones, I don't get a discount on the data plan.

 

2.  Verizon offers 3 GB of data for $35/mo while AT&T offers 15 x's less (200 MB / month).  That's ridiculous.  Hello Verizon!

 

 

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Clayshooter
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Registered: ‎01-30-2006

Re: AT&T MiFi 2372 vs. VZ MiFi 2200

 


erehm wrote:

Tell me why I should purchase the MiFi 2372 from AT&T?

 

1.  As an existing customer with two iPhones, I don't get a discount on the data plan.

 

2.  Verizon offers 3 GB of data for $35/mo while AT&T offers 15 x's less (200 MB / month).  That's ridiculous.  Hello Verizon!

 

 


I believe the GSM MiFi can accept an SD Card and serve as a Media Center.  Not worth $25/mo extra to me.  I'm with you.  Hellow Verizon or Virgin Mobile ($40mo unlimited with no contract).

 

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Reynn
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎07-29-2010

Re: AT&T MiFi 2372 vs. VZ MiFi 2200

with the release of the MiFi device and the 4G USBConnect devices there is now new plans special to those devices.

MiFi 3GB plan for $35 per month

MiFi 5GB plan for $50 per month

 

Both have overages of $10 per Gigabyte.

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ClarDold
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Registered: ‎05-06-2011

Re: AT&T MiFi 2372 vs. VZ MiFi 2200

 


erehm wrote:

Tell me why I should purchase the MiFi 2372 from AT&T?

 

1.  As an existing customer with two iPhones, I don't get a discount on the data plan.

 

2.  Verizon offers 3 GB of data for $35/mo while AT&T offers 15 x's less (200 MB / month).  That's ridiculous.  Hello Verizon!

 

 


 

I have an AT&T BBerry, and an AT&T 3G iPad.

I now have a Verizon MiFi.

I am a happy camper.

 

Cruisin' down the highway, I have coverage via one or the other of the two networks, and no drivers to putz with.

Win7 Laptop, BB, iPad, iPod Touch, Fedora Laptop, all connect gracefully.

 

I dropped a Laptop Connect Option GT card that had no Win7 support, and the MiFi is such a better gadget, I wish I had gone with it long ago, and cheaper, too.

 

 

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Clarence

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