H2O Wireless Internet includes either broadband or 4G service. Both options feature easy installation and can be used anywhere, making them good choices for people who travel often. None of the available plans are contract-based, so users only pay when they need the service.
The broadband service has four different plans, a daily plan, a weekly plan and two monthly plans. The daily, weekly and one monthly plan are for U.S. use, while the other monthly plan can be used internationally. The plans have different allotments for time spent online and data used, with the international plan having the lowest allowances. This service uses a USB device for Internet access and requires no software installation. H2O Wireless' international plans can be used in 120 countries, and they have no roaming charges.
The company's 4G service is called Bolt and has two types of hardware. Unlike the broadband service, there is some software that must be installed for the service to work properly. The service is paid monthly and offers unlimited data. After installation, the hardware is plug and play and requires no extra wires or setup. The site has help tabs for both services with frequently asked questions and a search bar to find specific information.