NetZero 4G Mobile Broadband Review and Giveaway

When we moved into our new house last year we had to change phone companies because our old one did not service the city we were moving to; and with that change came the opportunity to use what was called a “hot spot”. It was our first experience with a hot spot mobile device…and it was terrible. That device was so slow and unreliable. So much so that I finally stopped using it. It sat on our shelf for months until the phone company sent a notice saying that it was discontinuing that service/device. Sad, eh? I never did seek out a device to replace it. I really wanted it for our Zyto Compass, which I use in conjunction with our Young Living business and to avoid using public Wi-Fi.

NetZero 4G Mobile Broadband Review

Well, there’s good news. This past week I was able to review NetZero‘s 4G Mobile Broadband device.

It comes with a USB cord, wall charger, installation CD and instructions.

What’s so special about NetZero 4G HotSpot?
It can be shared with up to 8 Wi-Fi devices.
It’s super easy to use!
It’s obviously for people on the go.
No contracts or committments.
Plans start as low as $9.95/month.

I love it! It works fast. To be honest I didn’t notice any difference to our home service, but an incredible difference to the other “thing” we tried last year. This is 200% better, truly. I always have a ton of windows open and multiple browsers, to the annoyance of my oldest daughter and husband. Just how I work, but NetZero’s Mobile Broadband device worked great and I only had 1 bar…see the photo below:

On the screen of the device it gives you the name of your network and your password, which is what I covered for security reasons.

I can only imagine how fast it would have been had the strength of the signal been all four bars.

It’s very exciting to have the opportunity to use NetZero’s 4G mobile device. I am very happy to have found something so easy to use. I set it up by myself without any help from my husband – probably a first.

I look forward to being able to use it with my Zyto Compass at our educational events instead of having to use a public Wi-Fi network or wait until I get home to send Zyto Reports to my clients.

Here in the Chicago area there are still pocket areas where 4G is not available so be sure to check the coverage areas on NetZero to see what areas near you have 4G.

NetZero 4G Giveaway

For the NetZero 4G giveaway one winner will receive a NetZero 4G mobile device and 3 months of service! The giveaway value is $300 worth of NetZero’s 4G Mobile Broadband product and services. Awesome or what? Enter to win now!

Please note: This contest is only until Wednesday, December 19 at 12:00am.

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Disclaimer: I am part of the Mom It Forward blogger network. Mom It Forward and NetZero partnered in support of this campaign. NetZero


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  1. Edward says:

    I learned that With NetZero 4G Mobile Broadband, there are no contracts, commitments or overage charges. You can pick the data plan that meets your needs, starting at just $9.95 per month. You can even try the service for up to one year for FREE.

  2. Michelle Hudak says:

    There’s no commitment and you can cancel anytime and the Stick they sell is good for laptops and netbooks

  3. debbie jackson says:

    learned they don’t require a contract debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

  4. Marthalynn says:

    I learned they offer broadband, dsl, & dial-up

  5. Diane W says:

    I learned that they are currently offering 50% off devices and 1 months free service and that I live in their green service area.


  6. nichol tone says:

    I learned its very secure

  7. Amy Bizzarri says:

    I learned that Netzero 4G has excellent battery life – more than 6 hours on one charge! Would be great for roadtrips!

  8. ria clarke says:

    They cover my city of atl

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  10. Vonnie says:

    I found out that it doesn’t cover my town, but when I’m around Nashville (largest city around that I run errands) – they cover. And that you can try it free for a year.

  11. Judith B. says:

    You can get free service for up to 12 months

  12. betsy says:

    i learned their plans are affordable

  13. Dani says:

    I learned there is service in my brother’s area. He still has dial up, so this would make a great gift.

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