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Old 08-27-2017
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We took our first short run with the AT&T Mobley and Amazon fire stick with Prime.
Streaming the news channel in the TV all the way for 150 miles, never an interruption. Better than an inflight sat dish, and free.
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We're going to be fulltimers in the next couple months & I'm looking at phone/internet service. We don't stream movies (well, hardly ever) or music, but are moderate internet users. My question is, is it better to tether a phone, or get a mi-fi type hotspot device? my (work-supplied) iPhone has hotspot availability, which seems to work fine for both our laptops. Do providers charge extra for tethering? if not, what's the advantage of a mi-fi device?
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Mike,
What I do is that, I have an ATT iPhone and a Verizon Mi-FI unit, it is the best of both worlds when out on the road... I have found places that do not have phone service for Verizon, but ATT does, so I just tether the iPhone and use it for internet...
Most often though I use the Verizon MI-FI most often...
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We have verizon I phones and can use as a hot spot we recently went to verizon MiFi which we can take anywhere and thus saves the battery in our phones. It also has unlimited data
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