Since their last review, AirCard Rental (Go LLC Wireless) has improved by now providing broadband cards and mobile hotspots that run on Sprint’s 3G and 4G networks.
Like renting a hotel room for the weekend instead of an apartment for a month, it allows for a hassle-free solution for vacations and business trips alike.
Here I’ll cover:
- How It Works (Video Demo)
- The Tested Speed & Coverage You Can Expect
- Which Broadband Cards/Mobile Hotspots You Should Get & Why
- How Much It Costs (& How To Get The Best Price)
- Should You Get It? (Pros, Cons & The Bottom-Line)
Click on any link or picture for more details on that section.
Like most mobile broadband rental companies, AirCardRental.com works in 4 steps:
- Order Your Broadband Card or Mobile Hotspot.
- Receive in your mail via FedEx, UPS or USPS.
- Install the software, plug in your broadband card or if using a mobile hotspot, just turn it on and put in the password.
- Return it via an included prepaid mailing envelope.
Here’s what it’s like to receive a Sprint 4G Overdrive from AirCardRental.com.
AirCard Rental uses Sprint 3G & 4G broadband cards and mobile hotspots. The kind of speed you’ll get will depend on whether you’re using a 3G or 4G device.
I had a chance to take a 3G/4G device on the road for a speed test. Check out AirCard Rental’s 4G Speed & Coverage for yourself here.
AirCardRental.com has 4 different types of broadband cards and 2 Mobile Hotspots available for mobile broadband rental. However, of all the broadband cards, there’s only 1 you should keep your eyes focused on.
With AirCardRental.com, your pricing model depends on whether you’re renting a USB broadband card, 3G or 4G mobile hotspot.
Also, AirCard Rental provides discounts for longer rental periods. Because of these discounts, it may actually save you money to rent for longer periods of time.
See a chart of how much each device costs over time to take the guess work out of making a decision on AirCard Rental Pricing.
Looking For a Comparison?
If you’re looking to see how they match up to other mobile broadband rental companies, check out the Mobile Broadband Rental Comparison.
It may help put things in perspective when you see what all of your options are whether you plan to use it regularly or occasionally.