AT Elevate 4G Mobile Hotspot Review
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should get HSPA+ data. AT claims nearly all their networks run on enhanced backhaul that supports both HSPA+ Plus and 4G LTE, so speeds should be fairly good across the country. We figured we’d put the AT network to the test on a recent trip that took place on April 10th, 2012. We started out at our offices outside the St. Louis city limits and then we completed field tests inside the airport terminals in St. Louis (STL), Dallas (DFW) and Austin (AUS). We feel that testing this hotspot at various airports will give a decent look at how it performs in the real world!
We found that the AT Elevate 4G Mobile hotspot was simple to use and very effective in the three cities that we tested it out in this week. We new nike mercurial boots love the fact that there is nothing that you have to setup to get it working the first time as you literally just turn it on and access the network form your device. The mobile hotspot connects to the AT networks automatically and then the hotspot starts broadcasting
its signal as a WiFi hotspot. The network ID and password are shown on the Elevate, so after you enter new nike mercurial boots ace laceless boots that on your device that you want to get online, you are connected and done! You can allow five devices be connected to the hotspot at any one period of time, but be careful because with these internet speeds you can quickly use up your data plan and rack up the overage fees.
AT only has one data plan available, so you have to get the $50 for 5GB data plan. If you go over 5GB of data usage in that particular month you’ll need to pay $10 per GB per month. The AT Elevate itself will run you $69.99 with a 2year contract or $269.99 if you just want to outright buy it.
When it come to performance, we were pleased with the devices speeds and found that the battery lasted around 4.5 hours with moderate use with one ace laceless boots device connected. When it comes to range, we were able to walk a good 3040 feet away from the hotspot before we started to see the performance degrade, which is fair. We didn’t have any reliability issues with the Elevate and it connected to our mobile devices and the network just fine in various cities during the time we spent with the hotspot. The Elevate has been out for nearly half a year, so it’s had a number of firmware updates come out that have fixed all new nike mercurial boots the minor issues that have come up. This is a mature product and as a result of that, our testing went smoothly new nike mercurial boots.