James may be enjoying the MiFi on Verizon’s network, but Sprint customers don’t have to feel disconnected. The MiFi 2200 is unsurprisingly arriving on Sprint’s EVDO network the first week of June. Pricing is the same as Verizon customers enjoy: $99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and a new two-year data plan. Just like the Verizon version, you can share your 3G data connection over Wi-Fi with other devices, but there are two key differences in the Sprint offering.
One is in the pricing plans. Verizon is offering a $15 daily plan with their version, while Sprint isn’t. For $149.99 per month, Sprint customers can use the MiFi with the Simply Everything + Mobile Broadband plan. That bundle includes 5GB of 3G data on the MiFi and unlimited text, picture and video messaging, GPS navigation, email and web surfing on your Sprint handset. Sprint is also leveraging GPS capabilities of the MiFi, while Verizon has made no mention of any such feature.