This is Brian Bennett at CNET.com and we are at CTIA Wireless 2012 and you may be wondering what's in my hands here looks like a hand looks like a coffee maker so don't what it is well actually it is the home fusion by the Verizon and basically this device this is the antenna portion which will connect to Verizon 4G LTE network maybe put it on your roof of your house and it will provide you with a fast high speed internet connection of wireless and you actually connect this router modem device in your living room or you're (??) and whatever and you'll be share up to you know 20 devices your in the internet connection with a wireless over wifi.
The device itself cost $199 or $200 basically and it's different price is for the coverage in plans very it cost $90 for a 10 gigabyte (allotment?) and moving on up you know all the way up to like 20 or even 30 but all in all it's interesting solution if you live outside of the region that does not have cable or you know even Verizon file service but if you have a 4G LTE connection it might be able to give you some broadband where you would all (??) have access to it.
I'm Brian Bennett for CNET.com.
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