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Unlimited Sprint LTE for $14 a month.
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I don't expect Sprint to work everywhere, that's why I have all four networks. Hopefully one gets a usable signal and if more, who's the fastest. Now if I do get into a area with Sprint, unlimited high speed for $14 a month is great. The Verizon 3G is a great deal too but pretty slow in comparison. The T-Mobile binge on is sweet until you get burned out on you tube and Netflix. The Cricket unlimited is too expensive for phone only and no roaming. I'll have to depend on the FreedomPop Global sims if AT&T is all there is to have.
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I received the hotspot today and took a few hours off to test it out. I have to say it's working great. I don't get the greatest Sprint signal here at the house and I've been streaming you tube, netflix and Amazon prime video at higher rates than I get with T-Mobile and Binge on with no problems. A bit weak in the control department via the hotspots manager but I can live with it considering it's a year of unlimited high speed for $250.
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I ran a speed test and it gave me the best Sprint speed I have seen here with one bar of signal. Over 5 down and 3 up and I'm not in the coverage maps.

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/5868246919
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(12-10-2016, 09:59 PM)jimindenver Wrote: I ran a speed test and it gave me the best Sprint speed I have seen here with one bar of signal. Over 5 down and 3 up and I'm not in the coverage maps.

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/5868246919


Still using the sprint Jim ?


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(02-17-2017, 02:54 AM)Goshawk Wrote: Still using the sprint Jim ?


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I apologies I just started a thread for unlimited data for @10 a month ... with PCS for People ... uses Sprint .... just ordered the modem and pd for service ...
“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.”
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(02-17-2017, 02:54 AM)Goshawk Wrote: Still using the sprint Jim ?


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I'm sorry I missed this but yes I have used it a number of times out here on the road. When it gets the best signal it is so much faster than the rest it isn't even a contest as it can pull down twice as fast as Tmo, four time as fast as cricket and tens time as fast as Verizon 3G. Two weeks ago in the casino parking lot it felt like I was on high speed cable as nothing even buffered at all. It just started playing.
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Undecided I'm so confused......My CenLink home service is about $65mo. I have a land line, unlimited local and long distance service, wifi.  I' don't know if it's high speed...I know I'm not  Big Grin  All I do on my tablet is CRLV, YOUTUBE, Movies and wander around on the net.  I need something I can travel with and use now in my apt.  any suggesstions....money might be an object.

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(03-02-2017, 12:34 AM)jimindenver Wrote: I'm sorry I missed this but yes I have used it a number of times out here on the road. When it gets the best signal it is so much faster than the rest it isn't even a contest as it can pull down twice as fast as Tmo, four time as fast as cricket and tens time as fast as Verizon 3G. Two weeks ago in the casino parking lot it felt like I was on high speed cable as nothing even buffered at all. It just started playing.


So worth the investment. $15 x 12 is $180 per year. Versus trying to chase down a good wifi connection and buying a wifi ranger to make it work well. Good to know. When I go mobile will consider it.


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(03-01-2017, 11:36 PM)ceejay Wrote: I apologies I just started a thread for unlimited data for @10 a month ... with PCS for People ... uses Sprint .... just ordered the modem and pd for service ...


Is it using 3G data speed or 4G data speed?


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(03-02-2017, 07:45 AM)Goshawk Wrote: So worth the investment. $15 x 12 is $180 per year. Versus trying to chase down a good wifi connection and buying a wifi ranger to make it work well. Good to know. When I go mobile will consider it.


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The first year it is $250 for the service and device. The second year it is $164 for just the service.  They do have another service now that includes 3G and the ability to use multiple towers but it works out to $25 a month. The LTE only is fast enough for me and the 3G is pretty slow considering I have other devices.
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