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CNET.com

“That’s the lowest price I’ve ever seen on a MiFi card, by far. But, wait, it gets better. There’s no contract or activation fee required. As for service, you pay $4.99 per month … From there, TruConnect charges 3.9 cents/megabyte for data.”

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TIME Techland

“For general web surfing, especially on a tablet, it’d be tough to crack 500 megabytes in a single month… Even then, though, you’ve got the no-contract angle and the ability to share with four other devices, too.”

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Cult of Mac

“Instead of adopting a set in stone pricing structure like the carriers do for smartphone and tablet usage, TruConnect Mobile is offering a true ‘pay as you go’ internet service to subscribers. Customers will only pay for the data they use.”

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GigaOm

“… a small price to pay knowing that you’d have a readily available mobile broadband connection for a combination of up to five notebooks or tablets. The device might even make for a good backup connection if you think of the $5 monthly charge as cheap insurance against a home or other mobile broadband outage.”

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Wireless Week

“… instead, the service is designed for people who use a light amount of mobile data and don’t want to sign on to a postpaid plan through one of the major operators, such as business travelers who only need a cellular connection when they’re on the road.”

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Mobile Marketing Magazine

“There are no contracts, no activation fees, no monthly bills, no bundled data plans, no expiration of data and no overage charges.”

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