Stay Connected with a NetZero 4G Hotspot + {$300 giveaway}

I’m constantly on the go.  With five children that have activities almost every night of the week, I’m always mobile, and frequently tapping my foot wishing I had an internet connection for my laptop.  Now I do.  With NetZero’s 4G Hotspot, I can connect 8 different devices including computers, phones, iPads, etc. at once.  So, basically, my problems are solved. As long as there is coverage the whole family can tap in to a super fast internet connection and we can all get the work done that we need to, whether it’s blogging, homework, watching movies {that’s work, right?} or hatching precious eggs on our iPods.  {wink} . Now that’s what I call a NET Score!

NetZero 4G Moble Broadband

NetZero 4G Mobile Broadband gives you a fast, secure connection, and it is currently available in 80 cities.  You can check to see if you are covered, here. There are a few different data plans available, depending on your data usage needs. There is even a FREE option {unheard of, right?} which is great for testing out the service, plus no contract is required, ever.  {score}  I noticed that there isn’t an activation fee, either.

 

With NetZero’s Hotspot, you can connect eight Wifi-enabled devices at once. For my family, it’s AMAZING.  I can work on my laptop, my husband can do his thing on his iPad and my 5 kids can do things on their iPods/iPads that require an internet connection. It astounds me that everyone can use the hotspot simultaneously on the go.  And to think that I remember when there weren’t even cell phones…..{smiling}

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Giveaway

I love my Hotspot so much that I’m giving one of you Christmas treat!   One lucky winner will receive $300 in NetZero products and services.

Enter below.

Entry Requirements

    1. Leave a comment on this blog post telling me what appeals to you most about NetZero’s 4G Hotspot after visiting the NetZero site.
    2. Follow @NetZero_4G on Twitter
    3. Tweet about the contest using this tweet:


This contest has THREE entry requirements, listed above.  There are additional entry options available as well!  You’ll have to leave a comment on this blog post telling me what appeals to you most about NetZero’s 4G Hotspot, but the other options are tallied through the rafflecopter widget, so be sure to click the widget to enter to win after you leave your comment!

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This contest ends on Monday, December 17th at 11:59 PST and is only open to US Residents.

Disclosure: I am part of the Mom It Forward blogger network. Mom It Forward and NetZero partnered in support of this campaign. NetZero compensated me for participation in this campaign. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. 3

    ToVah says

    My parents live outside of town and get internet service in some areas of their home better than in other areas. They have been thinking about getting a hotspot for a while. This would be awesome for them.

  2. 4

    Laura Reese says

    I would absolutely die to win this! My kids all have i touch devices and I have an ipad which and it would really be amazing to have this! I have an hot spot on my phone but their prices truly are more affordable plus I cannot talk and use my ipad with my phone hotspot. Not great for $20 a month!

  3. 23

    Dameon Schirer says

    The price really appeals to me. The mobile hotspot unit is a great price and the monthly service is very reasonable.

  4. 32

    Michelle Hudak says

    I like that I can cancel anytime and also have my internet with me when I visit my mom who doesn’t have an internet connection

  5. 36

    Mike says

    Being forced to sign a lengthy contract is the reason I’ve hesitated to get 4G-enabled devices and hotspots in the past — that’s a big selling point for me!

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