I’m just not sure!
I’ve recently been considering the concept of Hutchinson 3G’s (3 in the UK) mobile wireless broadband service – dubbed “Mi-Fi”. It has really interested me because of it’s convenience. You simply slip in the SIM card and off it goes. It works as a portable wi-fi router, and can connect up to 5 devices at any given time.
On the pay as you go plan (which I’d prefer), you get the device for £49.99, together with all the kit and caboodle you will need to go with. You then pay for bandwidth separately and is priced as follows:
- £10 for 1GB
- £15 for 3GB
- £25 for 7GB
Pretty expensive in my opinion – but that’s mobile broadband for you.
I think it would be really handy for me as I spend a lot of time in cars, on trains and in public places so it would be pretty convenient for me. I just need to justify whether the cost balances out the convenience.
If anyone has Mi-Fi, could they post a comment to let me know how they get on with it? It’d be nice to know what people think of it.