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Old 11-25-2020, 08:24 AM   #1
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What mobile internet are you using on the road?
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Your cell phone with the Hot Spot function turned on is the perfect mobile internet source for all of your devices that use WiFi.
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OTR Mobile hotspot (on AT&T network) and a Visible phone hotspot (on Verizon network) as a backup. I also use the same OTR hotspot at home.
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We have Verizon and Sprint hot spots and it buffers a lot!
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Does that work all over the USA or just in your area?
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AT&T Mobley mobile hotspot (no longer available plan), also some times a T Mobile hotspot from my wife's work. 23,000+ miles of travel over the last almost 4 years, ranging from Louisiana north to Missouri, west to the Grand Canyon, and north west to Yellowstone NP. Overall good coverage probably 90% of locations, with little service in Yellowstone or at the Grand Canyon with either network. Some other service gaps, but those are usually in mountain valley areas, one example of service on T-Mobile and no service on AT&T (phone or hotspot) is Gila National Forest in NM.
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We use Verizon unlimited on our iPhones as hot spots. Most nights I can stream Netflix if we have a decent signal strength.
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We use OTR. They went from AT&T to T-Mobile and then back to AT&T towers. It went from 60 to 80 to 90 bucks a month but itís unlimited and unthrottled.
Works well for us. We stream YouTube TV for live TV and the other usual streaming services.
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