Verizon and Sprint, as you all know, are competitors in the mobile phone industry and now they are competing in internet mobility. Not in the traditional sense of the cell phone, but in the mobile broadband arena. In the following link provided by DivorceDiscourse on Youtube, the Verizon MiFi goes head to head to with Sprint’s Overdrive WiFi device. Both are comparable in size and functionality. While the MiFi gets up to 4 hrs of usage on a single charge compared to slightly over 3 and a half hours of usage for the Overdrive. The MiFi connects to Verizon’s 3G network, while Sprints can alternate between the 3G/4G network. The 4G network is supposed to run 10 times faster than the 3G network, but it is in limited availability in regards to coverage. Who comes out on top? Click the link to this video to find out. The results may just surprise you….
The Verizon MiFi 2200 is a mobile hotspot that allows you to access the Verizon Wireless network on your wireless devices (up to 5). Whether it is a notebook, netbook, portable gaming system, mp3 player (Apple iPod Touch and Microsoft Zune HD), or your mobile phone, you can have internet on the Verizon network wherever you may go. Best part is, there is nothing to attach. Everything is cord free, unless you want to plug it in to your USB, and fits comfortably into your pocket. It is an exceptional device that you need in your wireless domain. Check it out if you haven’t already! I will keep you informed on the specs of this device, and I would love to hear what you have to say about it. Feel free to respond.
Welcome to the blog dedicated to the Verizon Wireless MiFi 2200! I am here to inform you as well as hear what you have to say about the MiFi. One thing is for sure, that once you see the MiFi and learn more about the MiFi, you will soon be saying “I’m Lovin’ My VZ MiFi!!!”