Sprint Adds New Top-Tier Unlimited Premium Plan

On August 31, 2018, Sprint rolled out a new tier of cellular service called “Unlimited Premium.”  This plan is a new addition to the existing Unlimited Basic and Unlimited Plus plans which came out in mid-July 2018. The Unlimited Premium plan is advertised as a “VIP experience” and it does include a ton of features for […]

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Amazon Video Update Lets Androids Download Bulk Offline Video

Amazon was one of the first streaming video services to offer the ability to download shows for later viewing offline – rolling that feature out last September in an update to the Amazon Instant Video App for iOS and Android. This is a very handy feature for RVers who are frequently on data-limited or unreliable […]

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Amazon Prime Instant Video Now Offers Offline Content

Today Amazon announced a new feature for Amazon Prime customers – the ability to download some of its Instant Viewing Video content to Android and iOS mobile devices. Previously, the feature was only available to those using the Amazon Fire tablet. This brings another entertainment option to RVers who are often on capped data plans […]

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Amazon Announces the Fire Phone

As expected – Amazon today announced the new Fire Phone – with prices starting at $199 (with two year contract), shipping July 25th exclusively on AT&T. Is it a breakthrough like the first iPhone? No way. Some people at the press event have called it “just a bucketful of features”. But to me it is […]

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