Webconnect Launches Today

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As originally thought, as originally detailed, T-mobile’s first entrance into the data broadband data card world launched this morning. Webconnect, starting at $99.99 for a 1 year contract and as show above, $49.99 for a 2 year contract will offer you up to 5GB of 3G speeds per month for $59.99. Priced right in line with the competition, this is T-mobile’s first data card release to  take advantage of their 3G network and first reports show that T-mobile is ready to roll with their young network. Check out Crunchgearand Gizmodo for quick rundowns on how this little USB stick performed during its first speed runs. Still no word on Mac connectivity, only that its expected in the “coming months,” so PC users, this is all yours for now. 

Pick up Webconnect @ T-mobile.com

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  • craig

    get my 3G to work better in my home before i even think about this T-Mobile :-(

  • tato22

    5BG IS TO SLOW NEED TO GO UP HIGHER LIKE 6 AND UP

  • Tainasgift

    I just called in about in and the guy told me it would work with macs without me even asking him. However, it’s a new service so I would only take the information from a mac user themselves.

  • alphonso

    it does support macs, if u go under “Features”, it says “Mac Compatible”

  • Bob

    alphonso: read more carefully. It says “Downloadable Mac support coming soon! Check http://T-MobileWebConnect.com/Mac for updates and availability.”

    So no Mac support yet.

    Still, the price point is pretty lousy. No real competitive edge, especially considering the much smaller T-Mobile 3G footprint. I’m kind of bummed about the stupid data cap too.

  • http://www.kleansmart.com Tmo-Jake

    Who needs a 3g card when u can just root your G1 did it the other day and works great….. can you say playing world of warcraft over 3g hehe!!