Red Pocket, an MVNO offering service on all major carriers, announced updates to several of its monthly smartphone-based plans yesterday…. Continue Reading
Starlink’s limited public beta has been generating an unprecedented amount of interest (our recent video with the beta program details… Continue Reading
AT&T Prepaid has shaken its smartphone plan line-up, maintaining its previously offered unlimited style plans, but reworking two of its… Continue Reading
We have been tracking the Calyx Institute and PCs for People since way back in 2016 (our news story) when we… Continue Reading
On Tuesday, Ting Mobile, a Dish owned MVNO, announced a variety of changes to its line-up of smartphone-based plans including… Continue Reading
After an almost 18 month wait since launching the new Drive Reach mobile booster in May 2019, weBoost has finally… Continue Reading
Last week Peplink announced a new perk for customers – access to SpeedFusion Cloud bonding is now included free for… Continue Reading
Verizon has launched a new trio of business plans. Previously, Verizon offered a single Unlimited Business option with hazy terms… Continue Reading
Last night SpaceX sent out the first batch of invitations to people who have expressed interest in being a part… Continue Reading
Reach Mobile is a Verizon MVNO offering high-speed data buckets on smartphones up to 20GB. Today they have modified their… Continue Reading
Multiple MVNOs, all owned by Red Pocket, that provide a variety of plans on all 4 carriers.
Unlimitedville offers one-stop shopping for unlimited data plan rentals on AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint & Verizon.
AT&T’s direct prepaid cellular phone & data plans.
3rd party rental vendors (ie. MobileMustHave, Bix, Nomad Internet, etc) offer AT&T based unlimited data plans on a month-to-month basis.
Mint Mobile offers multi-month prepaid plans with small data buckets and tethering capabilities on the T-Mobile network.
3rd party rental vendors (ie. MobileMustHave, Nomad, etc) offer Verizon based unlimited data plans on a month-to-month basis.
Winegard’s second attempt at a roof-mounted router, offering options for Wi-Fi extending and cellular integration and even an integrated OTA TV option.
Some non-profits like Calyx & PCs for People offer low-cost unlimited Sprint data plans to their members, ranging from $12-$50/month.
Winegard’s cellular booster kit for RVs based on the SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 RV kit.
Google’s unique MVNO option that combines the coverage maps of Sprint, T-Mobile and US Cellular – and provides a decent global travel option.
Mobile Routers & Local Area Networking Routers serve as the central conductor on any network, acting as a gateway between… Continue Reading
Livestreaming, Video Chat, and Video Conferencing Broadcasting video using cellular data, Wi-Fi, or satellite over YouTube Live, Facebook, Twitch, Zoom… Continue Reading
Using Multiple Internet Connections What if you could utilize multiple upstream internet connections at once – potentially increasing both your… Continue Reading
Understanding Cellular Data Plans Selecting cellular data plans can be an overwhelming adventure. There are just so many options out… Continue Reading
Installing Antennas Once you’ve decided on your Wi-Fi and cellular signal enhancing antennas, the next challenge will be installing them on your motorhome,… Continue Reading
Mobile Satellite Internet There is something magical and futuristic about being online and connected in the absolute middle of nowhere…. Continue Reading
Gaming for RVers & Cruisers Do you love to play online games, but aren’t sure how to play them over… Continue Reading
Mobile Internet Options in Mexico The hurdle for international mobile internet is not that other countries don’t have plentiful options…. Continue Reading
Smartphone or Jetpack? Cellular data is a popular choice for RVers and boaters for online mobile connectivity. Once you decide… Continue Reading
Which Cellular Carrier is Best for RVers, Cruisers, and Frequent Travelers? Answer: The one that works best at your current… Continue Reading
A network firewall is a piece of software that analyses and enforces rules on network traffic. A firewall is designed… Continue Reading
DNS stands for Domain Name System. DNS is an addressing and naming system for nodes on a network. TCP/IP networks… Continue Reading
TCP stands for Transmission Control Protocol and IP stands for Internet Protocol. IP is the protocol used to communicate across… Continue Reading
The “Internet Protocol” (IP) address is like a phone number for every device on the internet. The addressing system in… Continue Reading
Network Attached Storage – This is data storage that is accessible through the network that centralizes the data making it… Continue Reading
5G technologies are not limited to mmWave spectrum. Carriers can also deploy 5G onto lower frequency cellular bands that have… Continue Reading
Extremely high frequency mmWave (millimeter wave) 5G cellular bands are broadcast at 24GHz or higher, and are capable of insanely… Continue Reading
Every iPhone has a hidden “Field Test Mode” that can be accessed by dialing a special “*3001#12345#*” phone number from… Continue Reading
The APN (Access Point Name) acts as a gateway between your cellular device and the carrier’s data network. Every cellular… Continue Reading
Also called “channel bonding,” this is an advanced technique that lets a router combine multiple internet connections together into a… Continue Reading