No-Contract Mobile Broadband Service offered to Lenovo ThinkPad Owners

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(Best Syndication News) - Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) announced the availability of Lenovo Mobile Access service to provide Internet and corporate network connections wherever a person is. The company has embedded the service into certain ThinkPad notebook computers.

The service comes with no-contract requirements. The occasional user can buy a “Time Pass” that starts at $1.95 for 30 minutes of time, or $8.95 for a one-day pass. This is great for people who travel from time-to-time and want to remain connected while away from home or their business.

Longer duration plans offered are monthly plans that vary between 2 GB up to 6 GB of data transfer. There is also an automatic monthly renewal option for people that will be using it for a longer duration of time. This would more than likely appeal to business people because they may need the connectivity on a day-to-day business as they travel regularly.

The embedded mobile broadband ThinkPad laptops also come with Lenovo Mobile Access pre-activated as the default configuration. For large companies, the web-based policy management tools allows for permissions to be set, and for billing to be combined for many employees for one monthly expense.

By: Julie Marcus
Science and Technology Writer

ref: Lenovo

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