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Posted: 01/27/21 10:11am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Anyone know a really good unlimited plan with great coverage in the Southeast?


A Grandfathered Enterprise Unlimited plan from a reseller. They're difficult to come by and expensive, but are the best. We pay $250/mo for AT&T and VZ plans packaged together, and use 600GB-1TB/mo.

There are lists of resellers on the respective provider's pages at rvmobileinternet.com:
https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/gear/att-unlimited-rental-plans/
https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/gear/verizon-unlimited-rental-plans/


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ajriding wrote:

LTE is 4G, which is worse for your body tissue than 3G but not anywhere near as bad as 5G.
Put that 4G modem right on your tummy as close to vital organs as possible, you won't have anything to worry about in a couple of years...


This is an interesting thing to bring to this thread.

I am no scientist but it's breast and brain tissue that's really affected by this. Never heard of hip cancer from carrying a phone in your pocket.

Anyway, I do agree with the fundamental idea that this stuff has an effect on us that we don't understand.

Aaaand back on topic... I just started browsing Verizon for unlimited plans and they're up to $70 a month for unlimited.

Anyone know a really good unlimited plan with great coverage in the Southeast?


Visible is an MVNO owned by Verizon, much cheaper but you're a lower priority than post-paid which only really matters at things like concerts where there's 10s of thousands of people on the same tower segment. They're even getting 5g for no extra cost.


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Posted: 01/28/21 01:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

blaczero wrote:

ajriding wrote:

LTE is 4G, which is worse for your body tissue than 3G but not anywhere near as bad as 5G.
Put that 4G modem right on your tummy as close to vital organs as possible, you won't have anything to worry about in a couple of years...


This is an interesting thing to bring to this thread.

I am no scientist but it's breast and brain tissue that's really affected by this. Never heard of hip cancer from carrying a phone in your pocket.

Anyway, I do agree with the fundamental idea that this stuff has an effect on us that we don't understand.

Aaaand back on topic... I just started browsing Verizon for unlimited plans and they're up to $70 a month for unlimited.

Anyone know a really good unlimited plan with great coverage in the Southeast?


You might look at nomadinternet.com. Some of the RV Nomads that have YouTube channels and upload videos are using it. They also do live streams using it. It is also being used by people in rural areas that only have dial up or expensive cell phone plans.

Nomad internet is truly unlimited and not throttled after reaching a certain cap. They have 4 different plans available using Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Plan prices range from $99 per month to $129 per month depending on which plan you use. The most expensive plan uses Verizon.

I believe Nomad Intertet is limited to 4G.

* This post was edited 01/28/21 02:03am by mobeewan *

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blaczero wrote:

ajriding wrote:

LTE is 4G, which is worse for your body tissue than 3G but not anywhere near as bad as 5G.
Put that 4G modem right on your tummy as close to vital organs as possible, you won't have anything to worry about in a couple of years...


This is an interesting thing to bring to this thread.

I am no scientist but it's breast and brain tissue that's really affected by this. Never heard of hip cancer from carrying a phone in your pocket.

Anyway, I do agree with the fundamental idea that this stuff has an effect on us that we don't understand.

Aaaand back on topic... I just started browsing Verizon for unlimited plans and they're up to $70 a month for unlimited.

Anyone know a really good unlimited plan with great coverage in the Southeast?

We have a T-mobile plan for 2 unlimited lines that is $70/month including tax, fees, etc. It’s for 55 and older, I believe. Has worked pretty well and comes with hotspot.


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