Towards the end of last year and early this year, we saw a bunch of new laptops launched that were powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipset. We’re talking about devices such as the ASUS NovaGo, the HP Envy x2, and the Lenovo Miix 630. One of the advertised features of such computers is being able to go online anywhere at anytime.


This is because it relies on 4G LTE connectivity instead of purely on WiFi, meaning that in instances where public WiFi isn’t available, mobile connectivity can be used. However it also means having to sign up for a data plan which can be pricey, but not if you’re a Sprint customer. This is because the company has recently announced free LTE for Snapdragon PC owners.

This is only applicable to those who own any of the three laptops that we mentioned above. It also seems that this offer is only valid until the end of the year, after which customers will have to pay a monthly fee of $15 (or $10 if you use AutoPay)to keep the subscription and connection going. Presumably this is to give customers a taste of what it will be like to be able to connect anytime, anywhere.

In any case for more information about this offer, you can head on over to Sprint’s website for the details.

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