Verizon's Fivespot: It Works, But International Roaming's a Spoiler

At a Glance

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At a Glance

The 'first global hotspot' works fine, but the cost of roaming overseas on Verizon's partner GSM 3G networks could render the device a very expensive novelty.

Pros

  • Works on GSM networks overseas
  • Works on GSM networks overseas
  • Connects at reasonable 3G speeds
  • Connects at reasonable 3G speeds

Cons

  • Roams only Verizon-contracted global networks
  • Roams only Verizon-contracted global networks
  • Setup process unnecessarily complex
  • Setup process unnecessarily complex
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