Not looking to point right or wrong fingers... just posting an opposing point of view. You indicated you had issues, I indicated I didn't. People deserve the right to know that not everyone's experience is the same.
It's all good information for folks to devour.
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You might want to take a look at Ting Mobile. They resell mostly T-Mobile service for starting at $25/month for 5GB of data (we use mostly our WiFi Internet calling at home). They have other plans with more Gigs.
We were skeptical about changing, but when our similar Verizon plan (customer for probably 25 years starting with a bag phone) is over $70/month. It's a no brainer. Except that we then used the T-Mobile our coverage here in Montana was much worse. The good news is that you can request a switch to their Verizon service (same price but LTE service aka 4G service for now). If you're happy with T-Mobile, just go with the standard offering. If you want to use Verizon, make that request when signing up (Ask for Verizon Support Dept when signing up . . . I did that via their Chat service). They'll send you a Verizon LTE/4G SIM chip (for $1).
I've dealt with their support folks and they're great.
Just a thought. https://tingmobile.com
You may want to go back to T Mobile $5 bucks less for same plan
I have been looking at data plans the past 2 weeks for my Winegard connect 2.0
I went with T Mobile for now. If I end up using more than 50 Gigs, I may switch to Verizon. I'm testing out T mobile for now. AT&T got too high to keep them. If anyone knows of cheaper data plans, please post