Thunderbolt and DROID Charge Users Get Free Hotspot Until June 15th


Looking to make it up to customers affected the 4G outages a couple of weeks ago, Verizon is extending their free mobile hotspot program until June 15th. It was mainly a friendly gesture toward DROID Charge users who were unable to try out mobile hotspot features because, well, the phone wasn’t out. (It’s out now, by the way.)

Users of the HTC Thunderbolt will be glad to know that they haven’t been forgotten, either, and will get an additional month to use mobile hotspot for free. Go ahead, eat all the geebees your phone can handle. [via Droid-Life]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. May as well just give it to us for free permanently.

    1.  they do…app called Easyswitch

      1. You mean they do….it’s called a Nexus One & Nexus S. :-P 

  2. Guess they have to do something for a change for their customers. I wish sprint would let up on there hot spot feature but I know that won’t happen. At least someone’s getting it.

    1. I thought they weren’t charge for this feature on the Nexus S 4G? 

    2. Are you going to answer my question or do you just post comments for the hell of it?

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