The “Jet” Is Ready For 3G webConnect

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It’s as if the webConnect deities have spoken as they unveil another solution for those seeking to use T-Mobile’s unclogged 3G network on the move. Coming right on the heels of the promo plan announcement is the leak of the newest data connect card for T-mobile, the “Jet.” As the above image states, the already existing webConnect card is more for the on-the-go businessperson, with the “Jet” being the Mom and Pop data card. The real kicker is that this little goody is going to come in at the best price of all: free, zero, zilch and I’m out of languages.  Expect this to drop on November 11th, right before the Holiday season starts and what we hope is a strong push of the data connect promo plan that we hope will kick T-Mobile data sales into high gear!

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  • terryjohnson16

    I wonder if they will still require that high expensive USB data plan.

  • FILA

    @terryjohnson16

    yep, wouldnt make much sense if it didnt, then everyone would run to this instead of the other stick.

  • MadProfessor

    “Entry-level laptop stick”
    So no HSDPA+?
    Fail.

  • Carl

    @MadProfessor
    How can you expect them to a release a HSPA+ USB stick when the only place that has HSPA+ right now is Philly.

  • ecdy

    Surely it’s occurred to you that Tmo’s 3G network is “unclogged” because it’s been offering such crappy 3G phones?

  • MadProfessor

    @Carl

    Anything deserving of it from this point on should have HSDPA+ capability. No reason not to include it seeing as how T-Mobile has claimed HSDPA+ will be nationwide within 1 year and 3 months from now.

  • MadProfessor

    HSPA+, my bad.

  • jason

    tmo reps actualy believe that 3g is not data chanel untill you show them the tmo publication of such products as this

    ironicly the dash 3g is NOT teatherable as a modem

    the TP2 is NOT tetherable as a modem

    tmo is controling thier data market not with just an iorn fist, but using brass knuckles on top of that

  • mingkee

    jason
    what the HELL you’re talking about, or you’re just dreaming
    TP2 and Dash 3G CAN BE TETHERED AS MODEM!!!!!
    DO YOU HEAR ME?
    actually, I am using it

  • Carl

    @MadProfessor
    Yes of course but they need a entry USB stick for those who don’t want a high end one. I’m sure they will release one once HSPA+ is avaliable in more than 100 cities.

  • John

    Maybe I am ignorant, but what is the difference between the current webconnect and the Jet besides the price?

  • james

    T-Mobile does not support any 3G handset tethered for use as a modem. I am sure that is what Jason meant. Doesn’t mean you can’t do it, but if you call T-Mobile for support you will be told no it isn’t possible.

  • Anonymous

    I just got one of these today and it works in some ways and sucks in others. As long as I dont log onto gmail its fine, and thats what sucks because gmail is my main email service. Everytime i log onto gmail it crashes my computer and says “you need to restart your computer. hold down the button..” and i have no option but to hold down the button and restart the computer because everything stops.

    this cant be good for my computer

  • Anonymous

    I just got one of these today and it works in some ways and sucks in others. As long as I dont log onto gmail its fine, and thats what sucks because gmail is my main email service. Everytime i log onto gmail it crashes my computer and says “you need to restart your computer. hold down the button..” and i have no option but to hold down the button and restart the computer because everything stops.

    this cant be good for my computer