Wait for the Surface Go LTE
Do you want a Surface Go LTE that is connected anywhere you go without hunting for WiFi or using a personal hotspot?
Microsoft promises a Surface Go LTE model this fall, but we don't have the pricing, carriers or other details just yet.
Expect to see it arrive with LTE Advanced like the Surface Pro, which includes support for bands used by Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile as well as a variety of international carriers.
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Microsoft charges a $150 premium for LTE in the Surface Pro, and it makes sense that they will charge a similar fee to add LTE to your Surface Go.