The Inspiron Mini 9 can now be ordered with built-in mobile broadband, Dell announced Tuesday.
Just last week, CEO Michael Dellthe company was signing up more wireless providers as partners on its new line of Netbooks, but gave no specific date. Dell has offered for European customers since the device's September launch.
Now U.S. customers get their turn. For $125 more, the 9-inch Netbook can now be configured with embedded WWAN (Wireless Wide Area Network). But right now, AT&T is offering a $120 rebate to those who sign a new two-year service contract.
The new wireless offer is only available on new Windows XP versions of the Mini 9.