T-Mobile AirCard

Glenn seems very happy with his new Verizon wireless data card. This isn’t a WiFi card, but rather, works on the cellular network and therefore has access anywhere there is appropriate cell site coverage.
I’ve looked at the Verizon card, but at $80/month for unlimited access, it was a little pricey for me to justify given my limited needs.
So, I found a more affordable solution: for $30/month, you can use a T-Mobile AirCard for unlimited access. The drawback is that unlike Verizon’s coverage, T-Mobile is currently strictly dialup speeds — about 56kbps.
That’s not great for high powered web surfing, but I’ve found it is still extremely handy to be able to grab e-mail, be on instant messaging, and blog from anywhere.