During my recent trip to Virginia I had a day of traveling to get home. And when I say day I really mean ALL day. I had two layovers in addition to the 4 flights it took to get home.
Of course, I was looking forward to getting as much work done as possible. Just hunkering down in the airports, hopping on the wi-fi, and plowing through post after post, responding to emails, and researching recipes. Have you heard the saying “the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry” or did I just make myself sound really old? And boring?
No matter how old or boring I sound it’s true. It’s the thought that counts doesn’t do me any good either. When I finally reached Tennessee where I had a 3 H-O-U-R layover I was ready to work. Low and behold, they have the worst wi-fi system in the airport known to man. Seriously.
I was so disappointed.and wishing there was something I could do. I’ve knows about hot spots but had never considered using one until that trip. Life changing folks.
I can now work from anywhere I have coverage with my NetZero 4G HotSpot and that is worth its weight in gold. No longer do I have to depend on local wi-fi because I carry it with me! Suhweet. Sitting in the parking lot at school waiting for the kids…covered. Driving from Utah to California with a deadline…covered. Needing the kids distracted while we sit in a doctors waiting room…covered.
Many of you may have your own well laid plans for the holidays and perhaps a wish list with an iPad or two included. Well, if a certain someone handles the iPad then NetZero will provide the wi-fi! Enter below to win your very own NetZero Hotspot plus three months of platinum service ($49.95 per month).
And now the legal shtuff…you must be a resident of the United States to win who is 18 years of age or older and have a strong desire to have your own hotspot.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post as part of my partnership with Mom it Forward and NetZero. NetZero provided me with a 4G Hotspot and service in addition to allowing me to give one away. All thoughts, experiences, and opinions are my own.