NetZero Mobile Broadband Expands Coverage across Sprint 3G Network

January 17, 2014, By Daniel Rapcencu

If you are on Sprint’s 3G wireless network, you will now be able to lay your hands on NetZero Mobile Broadband services on a broader level. The United Online subsidiary has announced that it has launched across Sprint’s 3G wireless network and is now available to customers nationwide.

The company, which had on July 2013, inked a five-year deal with the carrier to offer the NetZero Mobile Broadband service via Sprint’s nationwide 3G network, and ultimately via Sprint’s 4G LTE network, has now opened up the services for customers to use.

Going further, the company would expand across Sprint’s 4G LTE network sometime in the third quarter of this year.


According to a press statement quoting Rusty Taragan, President of NetZero Wireless , the new move would expand the availability of NetZero’s mobile broadband service over the Sprint network to a much more robust presence nationally, and would let it offer coverage to many additional customers.

The company had launched the NetZero Mobile Broadband service in 2012 with a variety of value-priced monthly plans that did not require contracts or commitments. This meant that customers had the freedom to change their plan any time.

New features being offered now would bring to customers in additional areas of the US covered by Sprint’s 3G network, and the coverage now expands to over 276 million people.

The service is offered under four value-priced NetZero Mobile Broadband plans through the Sprint 3G network . The company has also said that new customers can try the service free for up to one year with the purchase of a NetZero Hotspot.

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