I took the AT&T Unite Pro by NETGEAR for a test drive through the back roads of Georgia. Having a mobile hotspot was really sweet on a road trip.

Holiday Travel Boredom Buster Solution

In our high-tech world it’s easy to bust the boredom during holiday travel. Planes, trains, and automobiles are the perfect place to have a mobile hotspot on hand for all the mobile devices. Save the expense of connecting to a public or airport network or spotty connection with your own mobile hotspot.

My Travel Boredom Buster Experience

The kids were getting bored so I pulled out the hotspot so they could get online to watch a movie and listen to music. Watch the video to hear my review of the device, how long it lasted, and how it performed.

AT&T Unite Pro by NETGEAR Product Details:

The AT&T Unite Pro is brand-new next-generation mobile hotspot can connect up to 15 Wi-Fi devices and offers new capabilities such as an easy to use color touchscreen, up to 16 hours of battery life, Battery Boost to keep your smartphone going, and dual-band Wi-Fi for maximum reliability and speed with compatible Wi-Fi devices.

Price: $49.99 with a new two-year contract.

Availability: Now, at AT&T stores and http://www.att.com/unitepro

Other Network Mobile Hotspot Devices

You may not be on the AT&T network so their mobile hotspot probably won’t work for you. Don’t worry because there are hotspots for other networks. I recommend you do the research and/or call the company to learn how to set it up. You may even find YouTube videos are helpful. The hotspots linked below are on sale over at Amazon.com.

Verizon Mobile Hotspot

T-Mobile Mobile Hotspot

Net10 Mobile Hotspot

Happy surfing on the go!

I received the AT&T mobile hotspot at no cost but the experience and opinions are mine.