HTC Thunderbolt and Droid Charge Hit The Hotspot

By Chris Cook - May 17, 2011

When it comes to Verizon news it seems it’s been all about their 4G LTE, the high speed internet access has that it now offers has been hotly received by customers. That doesn’t mean it is flawless however with the main issue being the amount it takes the life from the battery.

A few weeks ago there was even an outage that left users 4G LTE free for over a day. Today we have news that as an apology Verizon will be offering mobile hotspot access for free for their HTC Thunderbolt and Droid Charge owners right up to June 15th.

Both the devices are 4G LTE capable and act as hotspots themselves. The deal that Verizon are offering will save users from paying the additional monthly incurs that you would normally get from using the high speed feature.

According to the article at IntoMobile, come June 15th the usual costs will be put back into place the same as before. If you’d like to know more about the deal or the devices themselves, check out the full article at IntoMobile by clicking the link above.

Do you think the deal is sufficient enough an apology? What do you think of the 4G LTE speeds? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • eestubbs

    No, I don't use the hotbot and I still don't get the 4G in a LOT of areas that are suppose to be considered 4G areas by Verizon's.