| Review by applerule |
member for 151 days, 136 visits, last login: a few hours ago
lodged 131 days ago
- $69 per month
- about 4 days
- "Verizon/Sprint network for cheaper price, no contract..."
- "None that I can think of right now..."
- "Go with them...they are cheaper than Sprint/Verizon and you get the same coverage."
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I'm on the 20gb hotspot plan that uses the Verizon network. It comes with the Novatel 4620LE. I already had a Pantech UML290 modem, and I just simply removed the SIM from the Novatel, and moved it to my UML290 (with a SIM adapter). I've had no problems with the service, and I get exactly the same performance and coverage I was getting with Verizon. I hope that by the time Sprint 4G rolls out in my area that Millenicom has a 50G/unlimited device for them.
My device arrived in about 4 days after ordering, which is insanely quick considering I paid only for standard shipping and I'm on the east coast (they are based on the west coast).
I have not used their tech support yet, so I cannot comment on that aspect.
I plan on doing business with them for a long time, and would recommend them to anyone who needs 3g/4g internet.
check me out Millenicom is the best in my area of Alabama, in the woods with no one around 1000 yards. surrounded by trees. Verizon 4g lte was taking a shot but it paid off big time with the Wilson booster. I get speeds of 14 -22 Mbps downloads and 4-5 Mbps uploads and 59 - 30 ping. This is very very go for my area i get no other internet service out here not even dial up. I use straight talk phone service which is pretty good also and i think they are on the Verizon Tower. 20g is alot of data unlimited would be better by 20g will do for now. If you are in doubt chose Millenicom!!