Lenovo Launches Its Own Lenovo Mobile Access Wireless Broadband Network

Posted: Jun 11 2012, 2:30pm CDT | by , Updated: Jun 11 2012, 2:35pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 

 

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Lenovo has announced the launch of its own contract-free mobile broadband service aimed at consumers and business users of ThinkPad notebooks. The new services called Lenovo Mobile Access and offers multiple ways that people can access the Internet wirelessly using a ThinkPad notebook with an integrated wireless broadband modem.

The plan offers access for as little as a $1.95 for only 30 minutes of access for checking e-mail and other services. Users can also opt for monthly or daily passes as well. A day pass costs $8.95 with 2 GB or 6 GB allotment monthly plans and unspecified pricing. Any Lenovo notebook sold with a mobile broadband modem inside will be able to access the contract-free wireless network.

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