Verizon Wireless hotspot: A new service that uses smartphones and internet to boost speeds and data speeds
Verizon Wireless is introducing a new hotspot service that will offer up to 10,000 hotspots to users for $30 per month.
The hotspot signal boosters will work with existing hotspots and hotspot data packs and will work in combination with Verizon’s Wi-Fi Direct and Wi-Max services, which have been rolled out across the country.
The new hotspots are part of Verizon’s $30-per-month hotspot program.
Verizon’s latest hotspot offers speeds of up to 500Mbps and 2G data speeds of 300Mbps.
The company says the new hotspots can be activated through its online hotspot portal.
The cost of the hotspot is $30 for two, or $50 for three.
For more, read our Verizon Wireless blog post.
The company says Verizon Wireless has partnered with AT&T and Sprint to provide wireless hotspots, but these are limited to AT&s and Sprint networks.
AT&ing says it will launch hotspots across its network in coming weeks, but that the company is also working with Google and others to provide more services to support the hotspots.
AT &S has said that it plans to launch similar services in the future.AT&)s wireless network has seen a number of network upgrades in recent years.
The carrier has launched new LTE networks, and it has rolled out a number a network-wide upgrade program.
ATs newest network, called T-Mobile US, was launched in January.
AT and TMobile both said that the hotspets would support speeds of between 5 and 10Mbps.
AT said the new service will work for $20 a month, but T-mobile has said it will start offering the hotsptemper at $30 a month.
Verizon is not the first US wireless carrier to roll out a hotspot.
In April, T-Mo announced that it would roll out similar hotspot services in a few markets, including Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Denver, Miami, New York City and San Francisco.
AT also rolled out Wi-Tac hotspots in a handful of markets.