US consumers can still use a mobile hotspot service if they have an internet connection that supports it, but it’s going to cost a bit more.
The US Cellular Wireless Hotspot App, which supports the US Cellular internet network, has launched a new service called US hotspot that lets US consumers connect to the internet.
The new service costs $5.99 per month for the first 30 days and $12.99 thereafter.
That means consumers can access the US Hotspot network in just a matter of hours, according to the app’s description.
It also works with other US carriers, including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile.
“US hotspot is an innovative way for US wireless customers to connect to international wireless networks with no extra cost, no extra infrastructure, and no waiting period,” US Cellular said in a statement.
“We’re working to make US hotsphere the most convenient way to connect with our network.”
US hots-pot lets users connect to networks in over 50 countries with the same cost and data caps as a standard US hotspoint.
That’s not as good as a traditional hotspot where a connection costs $20 per month and a monthly fee of $30.
The network is also not as well supported by some carriers.
The only network that currently offers US hots pot is AT&T’s US hots.
The company is offering the US service in a handful of markets, but US hots is currently available only in select US cities, according the US Department of Commerce.
US hots also is not available in Australia, Singapore, New Zealand and Puerto Rico, according US Cellular.
US Cellular doesn’t have plans for the US, but has a number of other hotspots in Europe, Australia and Asia.