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T-Mobile announced today a new line-up of phone plans for small business. The new plans will be available June 1st, 2021, and includes the Business Unlimited Ultimate Plan offering 100GB of high speed mobile hotspot data.
T-Mobile today retired the top-pick data-only plan that provided 100GB of data for $50 and replaced it with two worse plans.
Pepwave has launched an interesting new product – The Max Adapter, It is a small, portable device that has no router functionality and is, instead, intended to feed a cellular connection to other devices via USB.
AT&T has increased the data limits on their Data Connect plans, available for both consumer and business customers.
The Calyx Institute introduces a new membership level that comes with an Inseego M2000 hotspot device, in addition to one year of unlimited internet service on Sprint.
As of May 12, cellular providers are offering discounts on cellular plans to customers who qualify under the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit program. This is a temporary program, designed to help families who are facing financial difficulties affording wireless internet during the Covid-19 pandemic.
T-Mobile expands roaming for Sprint customers, allowing those with Sprint devices and plans to more easily roam onto the T-Mobile network.
The long-rumored next-generation MOFI 5500 is gearing up to ship in the next few weeks – and the new router addresses many of the hardware limitations of the prior MOFI generation.
Peplinks’ embedded modem dual SIM cellular router.
Peplink Omnidirectional dome antennas.
3rd party rental vendors (ie. MobileMustHave, Bix, Gypsy, boom!, etc) offer AT&T based high-cap data plans on a month-to-month basis.
3rd party rental vendors offer Sprint based high cap and unlimited data plans ranging in price
AT&T based MVNO offering flexible data only plans for light mobile hotspot data use and tablets.
3rd party rental vendors offer Verizon based high-cap and unlimited data plans on a month-to-month basis.
Parsec Technologies offers a line of high-end 5G-compatible combination antennas that support all cellular frequencies below 6GHz, including the popular Husky model.
3rd party rental vendors (ie. Travel Data, OTR Mobile, Millenicom, etc) offer T-Mobile based high-cap data plans ranging in price from $55-$150/month – on a month-to-month, no contract basis.
The COR and R1900 series by Cradlepoint are ruggedized, enterprise-level routing solutions.
The Pepwave MAX Adapter includes a modem & antennas ports for USB tethering to compatible routers and computers providing an internet connection.
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The occasional nomad is compelled to balance costs and complexity with inconsistent needs. This guide is meant to address this unique perspective on mobile internet setups.
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Using cellular technology is the most common way to get online for RVers and Cruisers.
There are many types of cellular devices that can be utilized to get online: mobile hotspots (aka Jetpacks or MiFis), smartphones, or cellular embedded routers.
Inside every cellular device is a component known as a cellular modem, which handles the actual communications with the cellular network.
And not all modems are created equally.
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A network firewall is a piece of software that analyses and enforces rules on network traffic. A firewall is designed… Continue Reading
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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