I'm kind of asking 2 questions at the same time.
I own an EeePc 1005HA and have LM13 on it. I take it everywhere with me, but sometimes I'd like the ability to access stuff like email and Google Maps when I'm not near a hotspot. What I'd like is a pay-as-you-go device that is compatible with Linux, and I'll only be using it on occasion so I don't want monthly charges.
Someone here might say that I should just tether my computer with my phone, but there are a few reasons why I wouldn't want to do this: My current phone is an older Nokia with Symbian. There's no point in paying for a whole new phone because I'm happy with my current phone, and I don't want to pay a fee just to tether.
So I came across this:
http://www.t-mobile.com/shop/Phones/cel ... ck-Prepaid
It's pretty much what I want and it seems like a good deal compared to the rip-offs I found at Best Buy. The potential problem is that it says it's only compatible with Windows and Mac, but I did come across one mention on the internet that the Jet 2.0 works with Linux(but not the Rocket). The person who mentioned this didn't really go into detail, unfortunately.
Long story short: Does the T-Mobile Jet 2.0 work in Linux; if it doesn't, is there a comparable device/plan that does work with Linux?