Damn it, Canada.
As an inhabitant of another country on the same continent, it is my duty to highlight all of the things we have that you don’t. I mean, who needs universal health care when you’ve got truck nuts? Every time someone would bring up the US’ lack of Poutine, I’d counter with the fact that Canada still didn’t have the MiFi hotspot. Alas, I can no longer do so. I’m running out of stuff.
Today, Bell Canada has announced the availability of the MiFi 2732, which connects to Bell’s network to provide 7.2 mbps WiFi to up to 5 users. It’ll set you back $249.95 sans contract – but if you’ll sign up for a 3-year contract, they’ll drop it down to $99 bucks.