I have the ZTE Z915 and it picks up bands from everything. Band 12 on T-Mobile is big in a handful of states including Colorado and my home of Michigan. It does well with my refurbished Wilson Sleek but I didn't need it back home. I was pulling 15 Mbps sitting on the back porch.
The company I get my T-Mobile hotspot from now has a unlimited Cricket style hotspot service for $60 a month. Cricket does not allow for a hotspot on their unlimited plan so this is a alternative for those that do need one.
At $60 it is on AT&T's 4G network that supports up to 4 Mbps if the signal supports it. My Freedompop Global is on AT&T 4G and I rarely see over 2 Mbps. Hardly worth $60 a month.
For $5 more and the cost of a LTE modem you can have LTE up to 10 Mbps. Cricket goes up to 8 Mbps which is fast enough for most anything I do.
Now here is what would keep me from switching. For another $5 a month you can have unlimited calling but you need a modem with a phone jack. I need a cell phone, not a land line. Otherwise I would do it in a heartbeat.
Yeah I arose grumpier than usual this morning. Monday after next comes a 1,300 mile drive to visit my favorite quack.
And a visit to the UPS store. ;)
I never found a induction burner I liked but I do appreciate the reduced amount of heat in the trailer from cooking with a electric cooktop vs the propane stove. I did find out that the enamelware pots and pans I use in the solar ovens is magnetic, so I may look at induction again.
It supports speeds of up to 3 Mbps if that is fast enough. What you get in your area may be a different question. Are you talking a constant live feed or one that you could turn on when you wanted to look.
Thank you for the report. I haven't been able to travel around this year, so I am very interested in how it does where ever you are in the state. The mountains are my main concern, it's easy to get connected down here.
Connect to the mini and open up its manager by typing 192.168.1.1 into the address bar. Sign in with the passwork to the wifi and go to system. Then to software updates and click on check for updates. I can't find a PRL update button.
Without having to read through all 32 pages of this post how can you tell on the web site which of the units are on the Verizon network or are they all and at the end of the 6 month unlimited period does the price go up for the service or can it be renewed at that price? Thanks
Any od the devices on this page are the Verizon 3G/ $5 a month devices.
At the end of six months you can renew monthly for $5 or 6 months again at $35