Google Fi has added a new basic ‘unlimited’ plan to their lineup of plan options, aptly titled ‘Simply Unlimited’. This plan includes 22GB of high-speed data on device and unlimited calling and texting in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
Skyroam, a data provider that offers mobile hotspots and data plans geared towards international travel, has added a new U.S.-based data option that never expires.
Ellipsis Jetpack mobile hotspot models MHS900L, MHS900LS, and MHS900LPP produced by Franklin are being recalled by Verizon in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission due to the risk of overheating leading to potential fires and burns.
T-Mobile’s Home Internet service is out of beta and is rolling out to an increased number of rural markets according to an ‘Uncarrier’ announcement on April 7th, 2021. The service continues to be laden with language indicating it is not for mobile use.
Netgear recently rolled out two new cellular products that may be of interest to some of our audience of nomads, RVers, and boaters – The Nighthawk AX4 4G LTE Router and the LM1200 LTE Modem.
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At the Palm Beach International Boat Show on March 25th, satellite equipment and service provider KVH announced a new lower-cost satellite receiver system and data plans.
T-Mobile is now offering customers the option to purchase additional personal mobile hotspot data on Magenta smartphone plans.
The weBoost Destionation RV is designed for the mostly stationary user, and replaces the weBoost Connect RV 65.
T-Mobile discontinues 100GB/$50 data plans for Prepaid and Metro by T-Mobile. The 100GB data plan is still available on postpaid, but for a limited time.
Google’s unique MVNO option that combines the coverage maps of Sprint, T-Mobile and US Cellular – and provides a decent global travel option.
A basic and affordable WiFi extender.
WiFiRanger’s flagship rooftop router featuring long-range dual-band Wi-Fi capabilities and an integrated cellular modems.
Roof mounted satellite internet system with unlimited usage plans.
3rd party rental vendors offer Sprint based high cap and unlimited data plans ranging in price
Globally capable mobile hotspot with a virtual-SIM that allows you to purchase day or monthly passes for “unlimited” international or U.S. use.
3rd party rental vendors offer Verizon based high-cap and unlimited data plans on a month-to-month basis.
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.
A company currently building out a broadband speed Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite internet a system called Starlink.
3rd party rental vendors (ie. MobileMustHave, Bix, Gypsy, boom!, etc) offer AT&T based high-cap data plans on a month-to-month basis.
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