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AT&T eyes enterprise femtocell market.
“On Sunday we completed our national femtocell rollout… femtocells are now available to our customers anywhere in the continental U.S.,” said Gordon Mansfield, executive director of radio access networks, AT&T.
He explained during a presentation at Femtocells World Summit in London that AT&T’s femtocell proposition – called MicroCell 3G – has so far been positioned as an indoor coverage solution aimed at consumers and small businesses.
The femtocell itself retails for $149.99, but customers have the option to take out a dedicated $19.99 monthly plan that provides unlimited voice minutes when users are connected to the mini base station in return for a $100 rebate. Furthermore, existing AT&T broadband customers receive an additional $49.99 rebate, making it possible to acquire a femtocell free of charge.