The fourth generation of cellular wireless (4G) is the recent standard to the mobile internet access. At some point the facilitation of the Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology for wireless mobile services is rapidly getting into its deal to improve on its service quality while not adding too much cost on service network providers and users of mobile wireless.
Basically, the 4G LTE network of Verizon’s Wireless is months old in the business, but for a newbie, this network is amazingly a fast performer with its internal LTE modem. And along that line, the most recommended LTE modem as of today is the Novatel Wireless E362.
Novatel Wireless E362 is an embedded data card that is first approved by Verizon. Apparently, the user who intends to purchase this card will need to purchase a monthly data plan from Verizon. The installation of this card requires no service fee as it can be easily installed by the user. Accordingly, they can just unscrew some of those screws and fit the new cartridge. The installation process of this modem card is likely the same with older cartridges of Nintendo games.
Moreover, Novatel Wireless E362 modem card features the Qualcomm’s MDM9600 chipset that gives full support to the CDMA/EVDO network on both 850 MHz and 1900MHz bands. In addition, the GSM/GPRS on all four band frequencies with 42Mbps HSPA+ will provide the user full enjoyment and user quality, in case Verizon 4G LTE support is down.
Generally, all of these features sound good, except that its quite expensive.