Unlimitedville.com Offers T-Mobile Unlimited Data Plan

Unlimitedville is a small company out of Tennessee that has been providing cellular services to folks in rural areas who can’t get cable or DSL services. They’ve just recently become aware of the RVing market, and that our needs are similar. Last November, they launched a Sprint Unlimited data plan for $42.99/month that we covered. […]

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New Data Deals: T-Mobile Family Plans & Sprint Based Boost Mobile Adds Mobile Hotspot

There’s a couple data deals going on that we wanted to bring you up to date on in case they make sense for your needs. T-Mobile for Data Hungry Families Yesterday, OpenSignal released a reporting naming T-Mobile the Fastest Network (in the markets they test). To celebrate, this morning T-Mobile released a limited time data […]

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Verizon Confirms It Will Not Be Re-Introducing Unlimited Data Plans

Earlier this month AT&T announced it is bringing back unlimited smartphone data plans as an option for DirecTV subscribers. AT&T joins T-Mobile and Sprint in now officially offering an unlimited data plan option obtainable by new customers. Ever since, we’ve heard from several RVers hoping that Verizon would react by following suit and joining its competitors. After Verizon’s 4th Quarter earnings call […]

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Sprint Tower Cost-Cutting Leads to Fears of Service Interruptions, Reduced Coverage

It is no secret that Sprint has been struggling. The company has been operating at a loss for six straight years, and last year fell behind the rapidly rising T-Mobile to become the fourth largest cellular carrier in the country. To stop the bleeding – in November Sprint announced plans to slash $2.5 billion in expenses […]

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Karma Neverstop Decides to Keep Speed, But Cap Usage

A couple weeks ago, Karma shocked their customers with an e=mail asking them to provide feedback on what was important to them. After seeing mega high usage on their Neverstop unlimited data plan for $50/month, they had to find a way to reduce usage. Since then they have been experimenting with different speed caps than […]

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Karma Neverstop – Now Claims It’s Not Intended for Extreme Use

Back in November, Sprint network reseller Karma announced their new unlimited Neverstop plan. With the plan, up to 3 devices can connect to a $149 Karma Go dedicated hotspot device, and customers can then enjoy unlimited data usage for $50/month. The limitation of Neverstop is that speeds are capped at a maximum of 5 mbps. Many […]

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2015 RV Mobile Internet Year in Review

2015 has been a fabulous year for keeping connected on the road – with technology options, speeds, and coverage all getting better than ever. This is our end-of-year quick update on the state of the RV mobile internet world – chronicling some of the major changes that happened in 2015, and giving a glimpse at what we’re most looking forward […]

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Google’s Project Fi Adds Data Only Tablet Option

Today Google announced that Project Fi customers can add on a data only tablet plan to their account, at no extra charge per month. Just like their phone plans, you simply pay for the data you use at $10/GB. Project Fi was announced this past spring and is still rolling out. It is a pretty interesting option […]

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Unlimitedville Offers Unlimited Cellular Data Plans on Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T

Unlimitedville is a small company out of Tennessee that has been providing cellular services to folks in rural areas who can’t get cable or DSL services. They’ve just recently become aware of the RVing market, and that our needs are similar. The are always seeking out unlimited data options for their customers, and this page […]

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Sprint Reveals “Biggest Offer Ever” – Announces its “LTE Plus Network”

Following in T-Mobile’s footsteps in cranking up the hype machine to 11, Sprint has announced the “#SprintCountdown” to a press conference tomorrow morning (Wednesday November 18th) where they claim they will unveil “The Biggest Offer In US Wireless History”. “The other carriers are not going to like this… guaranteed.” That is a mighty big claim […]

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Farewell WiMAX: Sprint’s Original 4G Network (Mostly) Shuts Down Today

If you are one of the few remaining customers on Sprint’s WiMAX network – it is time to say goodbye. Today (November 6th) is the official end-of-days for Sprint’s legacy 4G WiMAX network. From today forward, WiMAX phones and hotspots are essentially worthless unless they also support LTE, or falling back to Sprint’s 3G EVDO service. […]

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Karma Launches Unlimited Hotspot Plan on Sprint’s Network

January 7, 2016 Update: Karma has contacted Neverstop customers saying they never intended this plan to be used for ‘extreme usage’ and will be making some adjustments. Now the plan is just 2-3 mbps (used to be 5), and they state the plan is intended only for occasional video streaming. They now specifically disallow work […]

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Verizon Refuses To Join AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile in “Unlimited” Throttling

The definition of “unlimited” has been getting murky lately. In July T-Mobile added fine print to its Unlimited Data Plans indicating that users who use more than 21GB during a month will “have their data usage de-prioritized” on congested cell towers, sticking the heavy users in the slow lane relative to everyone else. And last […]

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Today Only: Instant Invites to Google’s Project Fi

To celebrate the release of the new Android flagship Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P phones, Google today announced (via Twitter) a one-day “Instant Invite” program to sign up for Google’s “Project Fi” cellular plan. If you’ve been intrigued by Project Fi, this is a great chance to jump on board without the usual six to eight week wait for […]

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Sprint’s Unlimited Plans now $70/month AND Subject to Throttling after 23GB of Usage

Today, Sprint’s price increase to their Unlimited Smartphone Data plans went into effect – raising the price from $60/month to $70/month. Along with the price increase also comes the news that they are implementing network prioritization which could mean speed throttling for customers who exceed 23GB of data usage in a month. This is a direct retraction of […]

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Sprint to Increase Price of Unlimited Phone Plan by $10/month on Oct 16

Sprint rumored a while back that they would likely need to increase the price of their unlimited phone plans at some point, and potentially even discontinue them in the future. Today, they announced an upcoming $10/month price increase on their unlimited phone plans that include unlimited talk, text and data. The price will be going […]

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