If so, it probably won't work here. Therefore, false advertising, they link to Sprint's coverage, don't think that includes WiMAX, which might not even exist anymore.
There's an ancient article on CNN.
Except, it says 4G LTE. Doesn't mention WiMAX.
Well, the article provided proof, that I doubt they will cease to exist in 90 days. Probably not even a year.
I'm still to lazy to use it with my existing router. Using my extra Pi Zero, would work, but remember, I'm lazy.
You have to prove you are nonprofit, or low income to get it. But there is a review on Reddit, they were told they have good Sprint coverage, but it didn't work. That's why I need to find somebody with a Sprint phone, to see if they get a signal in my apartment.
But, if Sprint tries shutting them down, there will be a lawsuit. They have proof from everybody that gets it, that they are nonprofit or low income. The judge will ask Sprint why they hate low income and nonprofit people. Or not, they'll just let em shut it down. And Sprint might look really bad to some people.
I wouldn't call it exactly a loophole. Sprint should of known about Mobile Citizen Internet before purchasing the other company. They are a major dick if they shutdown Mobile Citizen Internet.
I could see it maybe being shutdown if T-Mobile and Sprint merge. They should just offer it directly, for $12 or $10, to low income and nonprofits. At least then people will get better support. The person that bought it, and it didn't work, they wouldn't respond to their emails, about it not working. So I don't think they got their money back. If I order it, I'll use my cash card. Might be easier to dispute with that then my credit union card. Also, if I can't cancel on their site, I can just not put any money in it, and it'll be declined. Except, I use that card for other stuff.
Also, I think the thing has a firewall. That won't protect you against somebody stealing the WiFi on it. Unless the USB data isn't disabled, then you can just disable WiFi on it. But it's outdated Linux.