I've been looking into Mobile 4G Broadband to replace my home internet, and its a rip off for price and speed. 30GB/month of data with Verizon is $205,and offers up to 25Mb/s down and 10Mb/s up. 30GB with sprint is about $4800/month:jaw:,and Sprint has the same download and upload speed. I then for the hell of it looked at Orange Romania to see what it is overseas,and 30GB of data is about $33/month and they have speeds of up to 75Mb/s down and 38Mb/s when your on 4G. And in 2014 it will be bumped up to 100Mb/s down and 50Mb/s. Orange Romania also doesn't count data usage against your limit for the first 7 hours of the day. And they currently have a promo to let you use as much as you want for the first 3 months on a 12 month contract and 6 months on a 24 month contract. The only good thing is if your willing to spend some money on a good phone,a external portable monitor and Bluetooth cable you can use your phone as a laptop and you can get unlimited internet use with sprint. Since sprint doesn't use the 700Mhz range they were not forced into a open access agreement with the FCC so 3rd party tethering apps can be against their TOS. But if your with Verizon and you were grandfathered in with an unlimited plan you can tether all you want.