Originally Posted by scubieman
I happen to see T-mobile wifi sport commerical. I see two issues. After 5 gb your speed is reduced. Also coverage area. But for RV'S this maybe prefect
It's only 39.95 which compared to home I thought that was really good. Just FYI.
It appears that T-mobile has expanded their coverage area compared to the last time I looked at their coverage map. They are now even showing some "partnered" areas where as before it would just be a dead zone. Good update information, thank you.
As for the 5gb of usage, I think if the activity was left to email, social sites, and general web browsing for referencing something, you would probably be fine. It's when we're uploading/downloading photos, streaming music, or streaming videos from blkbstr or ntflx is when someone would have to be concerned about going over.
I know in one area that i've tested with Sprint's version, everything seems to work well except during the evening time, once the sun goes down. For some reason, I think they turn the power down on the cell towers at night to save money and once that happens, I lose all signal to our phones and internet. I don't know if this is actually true...just speculating at this point, but it is consistent.
Where we've been:
2000 Rockwood Roo M-18 Hybrid
2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Auto 5.9 Diesel
Gone but not forgotten -1986 Rockwood 1003 PUP