T-Mobile Rocket 4G

Alan Silverman
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Just found  this deal.  A T-mobile 4G card with  $15 refill card for $20,
T-mobile Rocket

I'm flying south in a few weeks for a short trip and have been thinking of getting such a network card for my laptop, mainly to test the concept, as I know next to nothing about the technology.  Is this something I should jump on?  With  these types of cards will I at least be able to get 3G if 4G isn't available?  Is a $15 refill card significant?  Or will it get me basically nothing in terms of the amount of time I will be able to use this, given that I don't go overboard?  Any wisdom imparted would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Al
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Scott CSenior Engineer

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That looks like a great deal.  They are knocking $40 off of the purchase price.

And the $15 refill is great as well.  Just be sure to read the working that you can only use up to 2 of these cards in a 120 period.  The other times you will either have to pay full price or wait until you can use them again.
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And yes, if 4G isnn't available, it would automatically drop back to 3G.

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That's what I needed to know.
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Al
Scott CSenior Engineer

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You are most welcome.  If I was in the market for one of these I'd jump on it.

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