Verizon Pulls The Plug: FMCA’s Insanely Good Verizon Unlimited Hotspot Deal WAS Too Good To Be True

Last week’s huge news story was the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) launching an amazing deal on Verizon unlimited data hotspots – just $43.99/mo for an unlimited hotspot data plan that was well more than an order of magnitude cheaper than anything you could get from Verizon directly. With a deal that good – the FMCA’s […]

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FMCA Rolls Out Unlimited Verizon Hotspot Plan

Update (6/19/2017): The FMCA has posted in several public locations a message saying that Verizon has “pulled the offering” – canceling all orders before any of the hotspots had shipped. We’ve published a new story with all the details: Verizon Pulls The Plug: FMCA’s Insanely Good Verizon Unlimited Hotspot Deal WAS Too Good To Be […]

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Cricket Imposes 22GB Network Management – Adds ‘Stream More’ Service

(2/27/2017) Cricket, AT&T’s wholly owned prepaid subsidiary, will be imposing a 22GB ‘congestion management’ (network management) threshold to it’s unlimited plan accounts beginning on April 2, 2017.  This change has been quietly rolled out on Cricket’s ‘Mobile Broadband Information’ page, as well as through texts to current customers. Cricket already throttles all speeds to 8mbps down (throttling […]

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Sprint Responds to Verizon & T-Mobile – Also Adding 10GB Tethering and HD Video

With Verizon’s surprise announcement that they are once again offering an ‘unlimited’ plan, and T-Mobile’s speedy retort in ‘one upping’ that offer, we’ve been waiting patiently to see the response from the other two major carriers. Sprint has now responded, and their response is a basic ‘matching’ of what Verizon & T-Mobile have decided to […]

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