Samsung SCH-LC11 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot – Now Available from Verizon

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Back in December 2010 Verizon launched their 4G LTE network, since then seven 4G compliant devices have been launched, the newest addition is the Samsung SCH-LC11 mobile hotspot.

This mobile hotspot allows for up to 5 WiFi-enable devices to connect at once, it measures in at 59mm x 90mm x 11.5mm and weighs just 76 grams, this makes it roughly the same size as a few credit cards stacked on top of eachother. Inside of the black casing there is a 1500 mAh battery along with the MDM9600 chipset.

On the device there are 3 LED indicators, one of which shows when there is a WiFi connection, one shows when there is a 4G connection and the other shows when there is a 3G connection, if you scroll down to the bottom of this post you can see an image showing the sleek-looking 4G hotspot.

If you want to buy the hotspot on a month to month price plan it will cost you $269.99, however if you agree a 1-year contract it will cost just $169.99, as part of a two-year contract it will cost just $99.99. Please be aware that if you terminate your contract early you may incur an early termination fee of up to $175, you can find out more and buy your Samsung SCH-LC11 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot here.

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