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ZTE partners with AT&T to create the carrier's first plug-in mobile hotspot for the car
ZTE has just partnered with AT&T to create the carrier’s first plug-in Wi-Fi mobile hotspot for the car. This new device is called the Mobley, and it will allow up to five mobile devices to connect to the internet using high-speed data from AT&T on the go.
The Mobley connects to your vehicle’s OBD II port and should work with most vehicles made in 1996 and later. Once you plug it in for the first time, you won’t need to fuss with any extra charging cables or additional cords – your vehicle will automatically power the Mobley, giving you quick access to a Wi-Fi connection whenever you need it. And since there’s no need to charge the device, it will automatically turn off when the car is off.
The hotspot will be available from AT&T on Friday, September 11th for free with a new two-year agreement, or for $99.99 without a contract. You can add the Mobley to the Mobile Share Value plan for an additional access charge of $10 per month, or connected with a DataConnect plan with monthly charges of $20 for 1GB or $30 for 3GB.
For more information, head to the link below to learn more about the new ZTE Mobley mobile hotspot for the car.