RovAir | 2010 Mobile Broadband Rental Review

RovAir Mobile Broadband Rental
2010 Mobile Broadband Review

Last year, RovAir they were the top choice for mobile broadband rental. Since that time they’ve expanded their line of broadband cards to include mobile hotspots.

Services have also expanded to include an “On-Demand” service that can compete with prepaid mobile broadband (for occasional use).

Click on any section for a more detailed review.

How Does It Work?

How WorksLike most mobile broadband rental companies, there are 4 steps:

  1. Order Your Broadband Card (of Device)
  2. Receive in your mail via courier
  3. Install software, plug in your broadband card, use it
  4. Return it via a prepaid mailing envelope.

What’s The Speed & Coverage Like?

Sprint, Verizon & AT&TRovAir relies on Sprint & Verizon’s mobile broadband networks (you’ll be able to tell which network you’re on based on your broadband card). As such, they inherit their 3G speed & coverage.

Since Sprint & Verizon tie for the largest mobile broadband network, score quite high for reliability, and have good 3G speeds, you can rest assured service will be solid for the most part.

How Much Does It Cost?

RovAir Plans & PricesRental prices change based on which device you choose.

Sprint broadband cards are cheapest, followed by Verizon broadband cards. Verizon & Sprint MiFi 2200 mobile hotspots, however, are the most expensive.

RovAir Broadband Cards & Mobile Hotspots

RovAir Broadband CardsThere are mobile hotspots, USB broadband cards & PC Cards available for mobile broadband rental.

Bear in mind that prices change based on which device you choose.

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.

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For more info, check out the 2010 Mobile Broadband Reviews.


1 Comment

  1. js says:

    Your link to comparison leads to a VW ad.

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