NetZero Announces 4G Mobile Broadband Dylan Duarte March 19, 2012 Ah, NetZero. You were an integral part of me becoming the man I am today, and by that I mean a socially inept nerd who’s tethered to the internet. But the company has come a long way since free dial-up internet. Today they announced NetZero 4G Mobile Broadband, their new wireless service that’s going to be offering internet to 80 cities across the United States. By purchasing a $49.95 laptop stick or a $99.95 WiFi hotspot, users can choose from four different plans at two different speeds. The speeds are Lightspeed (1Mbps down/384Kbps up) and Warpspeed (10Mbps down/1.5Mbps up) and the monthly plans range from the free (up to one year) 200MB to the Platinum $49.95 4GB. It’s good to see NetZero getting back into the game, if only for nostalgia’s sake. Their prices seem decent and, best of all, they’re free of any commitments or contracts, which already puts them a step above most competitors. via Engadget Share This With The World!