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AT&T to offer HP Mini 110 netbook with 3G broadband

By Matthew
Nov 19, 2009
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  1. AT&T announced today that it plans to expand its line of 3G-connected netbooks with the HP Mini 110. The carrier expects to begin shipping the Mini 110 on November 22, which will cost $199 after a mail-in rebate and signing a two-year contract. Plans will include a 200MB limit for $35 per month, or a hefty 5GB for $60, which is paired with free access to some 20,000 AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots in the US.

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  2. 200 mb limit for $35, what year is it 1990? In one day of watching Hulu or youtube vidoes you will have used all of your bandwidth. AT$T needs to get with the times and at least multiply there limits by 10.

    If you buy this you will end up playing way more than just buying a netbook and getting a 3g wireless card.
  3. treeski

    treeski TS Guru Posts: 876   +130

    They should give the same unlimited bandwidth phone plan ($30 a month) to their netbook lines. There isn't much you can do on a netbook that you can't do on an iphone or other smart phone, especially with regard to internet browsing and usage.
  4. Rick

    Rick TechSpot Staff Posts: 6,304   +52 Staff Member

    Even that 'unlimited' is 5GB, by the way... with talk of decreasing it even further to 2GB.
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