AT&T Introduces the AT&T USBConnect Mercury

Posted by at 9:36 am on September 2, 2008

AT&T released the  USBConnect Mercury,  AT&T latest USB adapter lets modern Macs and Windows machines  coreect to the carrier’s HSPA network (Max 1.7Mbps) via USB.  The Mercury also falls back to  EDGE and GPRS  data rates when outside metro areas that don’t yet support HSPA.  The Mac and Windows software is preloaded on the stick itself to speed up the setup process.  The Mercury also has microSD slot for storage.

Mercury is available today at no cost through AT&T business sales channels, online at wireless.att.com and in company-owned AT&T retail locations for customers who choose a two-year DataConnect plan of $60 or more. AT&T offers a variety of DataConnect rate plans, including a plan for up to 5 gigabytes  of domestic use for $60 a month for customers.  Other plans can have the adapter for $100 on contract.  The obligation-free price is set at $250.

1 Comment for “AT&T Introduces the AT&T USBConnect Mercury”

  1. Justin Hoff

    I have one of these and this is a question more than a comment can anyone tell me how to use this or if its possibles for xbox live i have a laptop and i just reallyt need help thanks for your time

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