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Internet on the road

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by L2R, Jun 24, 2019.

  1. L2R

    L2R Understanding women Vol. 1
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    My wife and I now work remotely from home.
    We both need good internet access and unlimited usage.

    I haven't yet found a good source for internet at any price other than Huges.

    Figured those who travel probably have this figured out and hoping to learn from the experts.
    Amy ideas are appreciated.
    thanks in advance.
     
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    iv been to all 48 contingent states satellite will be your best option for service everywhere. but depending on what cell carrier you have you can do a jet pack for fairly cheap. but its not as fast as satellite it is a bit cheaper and easier though. jet pack is fast enough to stream videos and is more than enough for emails and documents. i have verizon and it has more coverage than any other for digital service. next is att.

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    If they offered Verizon I’d give them a shot. AT&T won’t work here.
     
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    thanks all. good information.
    I don't do fb but know some who do (obviously)
    I download a lot of 3D modeling and most of the time, I can download at night, ahead of time but once in awhile, I do need instant access,

    We have verizon phones and Spectrum internet.
    I would switch in a minute even if it doubled the cost if it allowed us the ability to work from the beach or mountains some of the time.
     
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    verizon hotspot from the phones is only 20 extra bucks if you have unlimited plan you can use your phone for it first 20 gb is really fast. after that it slows down a good bit but i use about 50gb + a month on my tablet hot spot at home for my internet for netflix and hulu streaming

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  8. ohanacreek

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    Yeah very little works...

    I’ve tried a dozen or more and there’s always a catch ....
     
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    I have a unlimited plan thru Verizon that costs me 113 a month. I travel for work a lot and often hotspot my phone.

    For about $150 you can get a decent cell booster for those areas that have poor to no reception.
     
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