“Hope you Realize that that unlimited data is on device data and only includes 10gig of high speed hot spot (tethered)data” comment by Robert Jae
Are we the only people on the planet who don’t tether?? We have a Verizon Jetpack which serves as our router/modem and one cellphone—an iPhone 6. The cowboy refuses to carry a cellphone. The only time I use the iPhone as a hotspot is if we are in the truck and I want to see something such as a map on a larger screen. We don’t pay for cellular data on the iPad so I just use the iPhone as a hotspot and connect to the phone with the iPad. So, are we the only people on the planet who don’t tether??
We were paying for 24GBs of data with Verizon—our bill ran about $155/month. Even if Verizon does slow down our speed after 22GB we will still come out better financially—with the jetpack and one phone our new bill with unlimited data is going to be about $108/month.
There are lots of articles about Verizon’s new plan out there—not all are accurate I’ve found. One author claimed you couldn’t have an unlimited plan with Verizon without signing up for AutoPay—not true at least in our case.
We are currently out and about again in the motorhome—life is good!