Fun fact: most Verizon hotspots can be repurposed onto use with other carriers.
If you've got an old Verizon hotspot laying around - or maybe even a brand spankin' new one - and no longer wish to use it on Verizon's service, T-Mobile and AT&T are options. There are some limitations with this use, but better limitations than being limited to 'paperweight'.
Read on to learn more.
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