ZTE has decided to make use of the soon-to-be AT&T baby, T-Mobile’s 42Mbps HSPA+ service by rolling out a couple of wireless devices – with the first being the Rocket 3.0 USB modem which will be released later this spring. As for the other model, it is known as the 4G Mobile Hotspot, where it will be able to share its Wi-Fi connection for up to five devices simultaneously. ZTE hasn’t run out of tricks just yet, where they will also offer the Jet 2.0 and Rocket 4G device – with both of them maxing out at 21Mbps (on paper – you definitely won’t be able to get the full bandwidth at any time, so getting as close as possible would be recommended). Out later in the next few weeks, it ought to help you surf and check your Facebook account from just about anywhere you are.
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