Mobile AT&T customers will be surfing at broadband speeds come mid-July. How much that privilege will cost, however, depends on how much you want another two-year contract.

The USBConnect Force 4G grants AT&T subscribers access to both the carrier's HSPA+ mobile broadband network and unlimited use of its Wi-Fi HotSpots. When it's released on July 17th, the dongle will be free with the purchase of a two-year contract (which includes 5GB of data for $50/mo) or $90 with a prepaid DataConnect Pass plan (data charges range from $15/day for 100MB to $50/mo for 1GB). It also includes an expandable microSD slot that supports up to 32GB cards.


[via AT&T]