Originally Posted by wolfgolden
FMCA for AT&T is unlimited
T-Mobile home is unlimited
Visible Wireless for Verizon is unlimited
Starlink is unlimited
Tmob has been working great for us lately, they have very good 5G coverage in suburban areas. Their 5G hotspot is a little buggy but it's an OK fallback solution. I have not been able to get Tmob SIM's to work in my Glinet router. Wish I could, that would be pretty slick. Maybe with a better router.
If you have an EIN, AT&T business is good for 100GB on a given device. Couple of caveats. Hotspot use is limited, and they will throttle you if they catch you streaming. To the people at the AT&T store, "device" means "phone." For work, it'll be far more useful attached to a laptop, and you basically have to call AT&T and beg if you want that. It could be worth the trouble tho. If you could get it working, say, on a Surface Go, that would pretty much be the ultimate RV-mobile device. ATT is good pretty much everywhere, with very rare exceptions (and fortunately, Tmob has been able to fill in the gaps for us)
Starlink is fantastic but if you have any obstructions, performance will vary (a lot).
We have all three and haven't had to resort to park wifi yet. But, we do need all three.
ETA: I checked, and AT&T business elite does work on the Surface Go, and therefore I was compelled to buy one. Thanks for that. At least you don't have to call and beg anymore. Also, the web site *says* they allow streaming -- and even claim to encourage it -- but they are lying dog-faced pony-soldiers. Still. Great deal.