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Verizon USB760 3G Prepaid USB Broadband Device

108 customer reviews
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List Price: $104.40
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  • Type A USB port compatibility
  • Hot swappable
  • NovaSpeed software technology
  • VZAccess Manager
  • Windows 7 compatible
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Product Description

With the smallest form factor in the market, the USB760 USB Modem with NovaSpeed provides high-speed access on our 1x/EVDO network. No CD is required for installation. Just insert the device, allow the drivers to auto-install, and VZAccess Manager Installer automatically launches. The USB760 is compatible with computers that support a Type A USB port and comes equipped with hot-swappable removal memory support, up to 8GB. It also comes with a built-in, high-performance internal antenna with no external parts to break.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0045VXKIE
  • Item model number: USB760
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
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158 of 160 people found the following review helpful By Adjudicator of Oblivion on February 9, 2011
Okay, I just purchased this device from a store. It's very compact, functions well and easy use. It does have several disadvantages to it as well. The installation process was basic and easy, but it took a lonnng time to install and activate it. Well, 15-20 minutes can be a long time for an eager and loyal customer. It doesn't seem to pick up signals as good as their cell phones do. But I can manage to get 1 or 2 bars in a weak reception area. Also, I believe for the price you pay for this tool should allow you to have unlimited nights and weekends like the prepaid cell phones. I paid a pretty penny for this device, and so far its worth it but they just constantly have to charge you as you continue to use the service. Feels like you're standing on thin ice sometimes. The pre pay time is measured by megabytes of data from the websites that you visit, and the service plan that you pay for. There are multiple pay options, and service plans to choose from. Daily, weekly and monthly. It also gives you an option to upgrade to a contract. I was feeling doubtful about making such a large investment, but as a student I can say that this will come in handy for research when I'm on the move or don't want to take the risk of using public WiFi. The speed is based on the signal that the device picks up, a lot like a cell phone again. Another good feature is you don't need an Internet connection to install, activate or make a payment on your account, as the modem will provide one for you. Overall quality so far 4/5. Another good suggestion would be choosing the $30-$50 service plan if you need a decent amount of time without being disconnected.Read more ›
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86 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Renato on July 14, 2011
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I bought this mainly to have a back up internet connection at home because I work from home on a regular basis and need access 24x7. When my ISP goes down the world simply collapses. So, with this tool I can have it handy when my home internet goes down and I can also use it when travelling. The main negative thing about this is the fact that it is a pain to install at first and the box comes with no instructions.

Pros:
- Good internet speed even if you do not get all 4 bars. I live on the ground floor, get only 2, sometimes 3 out of 4 possible bars but I can still browse the web, download and perform other tasks at a good speed. With AT&T I only get 2 out of 5 bars and with T-Mobile I only get 1 bar and sometimes none.
- AFTER initially configured, very simple to use. Simply plug and play.
- Fast shipping.

Cons:
- Seller lists the item as Verizon USB but the item is Novatel Wireless. (though it can still be activated and used with Verizon Wireless).
- No instructions are provided by seller or Verizon or Novatel on installing, so you just have to guess, unless you find someone helpful (like me :) to take the time to write everything step by step.
- Seller might charge you a 20% restocking fee if you want to return the item. So, if this is something that concerns you I recommend you check this first. (also, after I bought this item for 59.99 I saw the same item listed and sold by Amazon.com for 54.99 under the name "Novatel USB760 (Black) Verizon".
- The main con: It's a pain to configure at first, but I'll try to help you listing all the steps I took.

Steps:

1) INSTALLING THE INITIAL DRIVERS:
Plug the USB device to your computer and download all drives.
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Renato on July 14, 2011
I bought this mainly to have a back up internet connection at home because I work from home on a regular basis and need access 24x7. When my ISP goes down the world simply collapses. So, with this tool I can have it handy when my home internet goes down and I can also use it when travelling. The main negative thing about this is the fact that it is a pain to install at first and the box comes with no instructions.

Pros:
- Good internet speed even if you do not get all 4 bars. I live on the ground floor, get only 2, sometimes 3 out of 4 possible bars but I can still browse the web, download and perform other tasks at a good speed. With AT&T I only get 2 out of 5 bars and with T-Mobile I only get 1 bar and sometimes none.
- AFTER initially configured, very simple to use. Simply plug and play.

Cons:
- No instructions are provided by seller or Verizon or Novatel on installing, so you just have to guess, unless you find someone helpful (like me :) to take the time to write everything step by step.
- The main con: It's a pain to configure at first, but I'll try to help you listing all the steps I took.

Steps:

1) INSTALLING THE INITIAL DRIVERS:
Plug the USB device to your computer and download all drives. It should start automatically and once it is finished you should get a Mobilink black box with the button to activate. You can try to activate but you might get the "activation unsuccessful" message like I did. In this case, go to step 2.

2) CREATING YOUR ACCOUNT WITH VERIZON WIRELESS.
Call Verizon Wireless support and 800-922-0204 and ask to be transferred to a prepaid support representative and mention you are trying to activate the USB760 device.
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