AT&T offers Unite LTE hotspot for $1 with two-year contract
<a href="http://macnn.com/rd/278556==http://www.att.com" rel='nofollow'>AT&T</a> will be offering a <a href="http://macnn.com/rd/278557==http://www.electronista.com/articles/12/09/27/4g.hotspot.has.28.inch.color.touchscreen/" rel='nofollow'>second</a> mobile hotspot with touchscreen capabilities to customers later this week. The AT&T Unite by Sierra Wireless will allow users the ability to create a ten-device Wi-Fi hotspot that uses the carrier's <a href="http://macnn.com/rd/278558==http://www.electronista.com/articles/12/12/21/upgrade.to.att.network.follows.similar.by.verizon. t.mobile/" rel='nofollow'>4G LTE</a> phone network, with the further option of allowing the creation of a guest network for one-time users. <br />
The Unite's 2.4-inch touchscreen display offers details on how much data from the device's allowance has been used, as well as letting the user configure the Wi-Fi network created by the hotspot, and block unwanted devices from accessing the network. It has a claimed 10-hour battery life under normal use, though this is not detailed precisely, as well as a 10-day standby time.
AT&T will start shipping the Unite from February 8th, with users able to buy it for $1 as part of a two-year agreement, including through the Mobile Share plan as a $20 monthly charge.
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