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Real unlimited wifi plans, and reviews of them

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On the search for the elusive true WiFi, that doesn't get throttled at 20 - 50G, I came across this site a site with 3rd party renters who offer mobile wifi (which can replace home internet), with a focus on rural people, and rvers/nomads. Here are the main sites. I hope that others can explore these, and offer their experiences, or at least start with the basics of what they offer.

https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/gear/att-unlimited-rental-plans/

https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/gear/verizon-unlimited-rental-plans/

https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/gear/t-mobile-unlimited-rental-plans/

These are expensive, business connections, go through one the big 3 (I didn't look for Sprint, due to the merger with T-mobile), and they generally have a monthly gig amount averaging 400 - 600GB/mo.

The ones I made note of was the lowest of 200 - 700GB, starting at $79.

Here are the ones I've looked at, with their starting prices and "suggested average monthly use." While they do indicate you can watch movies, gaming, or similar, they do suggest trying intense activities (one specified bitcoin mining) can result in your account being canceled by the network management.

https://trifectawireless.com/
$129/mo; This is very rarely an issue and any usage under 800GB/month will be fine. (The average home internet usage is 400-500GB/month.)

https://neverthrottled.com/
$90; It is unlimited, but we are asking everyone to keep it under 400gb a month and 80gb a day.

https://www.nolimitdata.net/
$90; 900gb

https://support.nomadinternet.com/kb/true-unlimited/is-your-service-really-unlimited
$99; 400GB

https://www.unlimitedmobilewifi.com/
Tmobile/sprint: $96.51; Ver: 126.51...I did not find anything on daily/monthly GB.

https://potentialinternet.com/
$79; 200 - 700G.

Edited by allstarr

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I have Sprint Connect through FMCA for $49.95 per month. It is truly unlimited. We live in the country in an all metal home and it works great. The wife watches Netflix all the time with out any trouble.

 All the prices shown are over priced as far as I am concerned.

Herman 

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Allstarr, thanks for the links.  Lots of good information.  It shows the FMCA is as good or better than the other options available.

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Wayne, it is only a Jet Pack with truly unlimited data. We have AT&T for our phones. Now that I feel good about Sprint Connect I do plan on cutting back my data on our phones. I have had as many as 4 devices on at the same time with no problems.

Herman

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You might be able to use it with a MagicJack Internet phone but it is nothing but a WiFi hotspot.  For sure you could use it for Zoom calls, Skype and FaceTime.

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3 hours ago, moonwink said:

You might be able to use it with a MagicJack Internet phone but it is nothing but a WiFi hotspot

Lots of smartphones can make WiFi calls without any need for Magic Jack or similar devices.  Just go into settings and activate WiFi calling.

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4 hours ago, docj said:

Just go into settings and activate WiFi calling.

Ditto Doc, I use T Mobile smart phone, sometimes a little spotty, but with wifi calling I can call from almost anywhere as long as wifi is available.

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4 hours ago, hermanmullins said:

Has anyone with either a "T" Mobile or Sprint phone seen any difference in their service since T Mobile purchased Sprint?

Not in this area. Alabama

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I got rid of the $70 a month phone bill from AT&T years ago and went with Magic Jack. The app on the cell phone does not need Wifi to operate. As DocJ stated, and my iPhone will call over WiFi when connected. 

This past year we went from MiFi to unlimited on iPhone. I have noticed a large reduction in speed when using the AT&T Hot Spot.

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We got a 100 GB from Sprint/T-Mobil 2 weeks ago for $50 month, the pack cost me $399, but we are getting 4/5 bars in both house and coach.  We live in the country!  We also have Verizon for $50 a month & no issues, but it does slow down after 25 GB.

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