PC maker Lenovo revealed this week a new "no-contract" mobile broadband service, available exclusively to owners of select ThinkPad laptops. The cloud-based service is called Lenovo Mobile Access and comes with ThinkPad Classic and ThinkPad Edge brand laptops. According to the company, this service provides "pre-connected, always-on, customizable connectivity to the Internet and corporate networks" and is available in multiple territories including the U.S., the U.K., France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, and the Netherlands.
The payment plans are "pay-as-you-go," allowing consumers to buy blocks of data for casual or frequent use. For example, a Lenovo Mobile Access could buy 30 minutes and 30MB for $1.95. The plans scale all the way to 2GB or even 6GB of data.
Lenovo ThinkPad X Series models are available today with Lenovo Mobile Access, while T Series models offering the service will be available on July 1.
You can find out more about the service here.
Source: PC Magazine