Verizon MIFI 2200 Review
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After Disconnecting my Comcast Internet and and Cable Television and moving my television service to Dish Network, I found myself in need of internet service. I obtained a temporary use of a Verizon MIFI device. Very nice looking wireless internet device. One single button. You just connect the USB cable from the MiFi 2200 to your computer and instantly upon identifying the card, it opens as a storage device, allowing you to get the drivers right off of the MiFi 2200. Installation of the drivers is less than 3 minutes. Press the lighted button on top of the MiFi 2200 until the light on the side comes on, then open the VZ access software you just installed, and then click connect in the VZ Access manager, and you are on the internet ready to go.
Though the device allows you to connect multiple devices at one time, the 3G service, I doubt would handle much more than 1 computer. I have been seeing some very low signal reception and very slow speeds.
Though the speed test results say 1mbs, sometimes I find myself waiting like I was on dial up, for pages to load. The wait for youtube videos to load is sometimes up to 5 minutes. The monthly bandwidth cap is reached in the first week, and then this slow speed gets even worse.
For someone like me, the MIFI card is a pass. Meaning I will have to pass on getting this service.
Not much different from the results I see with my cricket phone.
Test Date: May 1, 2012 3:53:34 pm Connection Type: EvdoA Server: Temple, TX Download: 2127 kbps Upload: 794 kbps Ping: 101 ms External IP: xx.xxx.xxx.xx Internal IP: xx.1xx.xx.xx Latitude: xx.xxxxx Longitude: -xx.xxxxx
Ease of use: 10/10
Final score: 6/10