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It’s back!!! AT&T Connected Car Unlimited Data Plan with ZTE Mobley - $20 per Month!

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This is a FYI for people who are interested in a CHEAP ($20 per month)Unlimited Plan through AT&T. The UConnect plan via the ZTE Mobley is back for a limited time. Currently, AT&T is sold out of the device (and its not certain if they will getting them back in stock). but you can still get the plan if you can come up with the ZTE Mobley device. You can still find a handful of the devices on eBay currently. The cool thing about the device is that people have figured out how to create adapters so the device can run off a wall outlet.

Per the wonderful website, RVmobileinternet.com you need to call a special ATT number to get the deal as it a special promotion. Below are the two numbers they listed on the website:

Primary Phone Number: 855-894-9945

Secondary Phone Number: 866-662-4548

HERE ARE LINKS TO THE RVMOBILEINTERNET SITE WHERE THEY DISCUSS WHAT THE MOBLEY IS AND HOW TO GET THIS DEAL:

https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/...-of-stock/

https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/...-campaign/

You can read about the device on several active forums too. Howard Forums is probably one of the best!

https://www.att.com/plans/connected-car.html
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Last Edited by energyx April 15, 2019 at 07:32 AM
Still alive as of 4/15/2019. Added second line without issue on first call to the first number.

Success! The following process works very smoothly as of April 2:

Call this special promotion ATT number: 855-894-9945

If you already have the ZTE Mobley, have it ready and be prepared to provide the IMEI number to the phone representative. (If you don't have one yet, they can still be found NEW online on eBay, etc.)

When you call tell the representative that you want the UConnect plan for $20 per month (it's a Chrysler/Mopar promotional plan) and that you already have a Mobley.

Some users have reported that the AT&T phone representatives had a hard time finding the Uconnect plan in their computer system. If this happens to you, make sure the phone rep is searching for the "UConnect" plan. You can also mention that it is a Chrysler/Mopar promotion. If they still have trouble, hang up and call the same phone number again to get a different representative.

Once the phone tepesenative has found the UConnect plan in their syystem, they ask you for the IMEI of your new Mobley and get you set up with an ATT account and then they will send out the SIM card.

Once you receive the SIM card, you will have to call back to ATT to activate it (one user reported calling 866-895-1099 and said the system was all automated.). They will ask for the phone number associated with your Mobley (even though it it is a hotspot, AT&T still gives it a phone number... Not sure why?) and they ask for your SSN or your pin code.

Congratulations! You now have FAST Unlimited data from AT&T for $20 per month!

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I haven't followed pricing - did the price for the unit just go up or is it about to?
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I haven't followed pricing - did the price for the unit just go up or is it about to?
It had gone up, and fallen, Often there has been no availability of the hardware units.
I've had one for about 2 years. Still working great.
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This?
https://www.att.com/plans/connected-car.html
The link you sent is for the Harman Spark another device that ATT sells. It is my understanding that the GPS chip in the Harman Spark shuts the unit down after a period of not moving whereas the ZTE Mobley does not have this. I believe the terms and conditions for the Spark state that the device must be used in the car whereas the terms arent as restrictive for the ZTE Mobley. If you look at Howard Forums, you'll see that many users upgraded to better and more powerful hotspots with ATT on their Mobley accounts.
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The link you sent is for the Harman Spark another device that ATT sells. It is my understanding that the GPS chip in the Harman Spark shuts the unit down after a period of not moving whereas the ZTE Mobley does not have this. I believe the terms and conditions for the Spark state that the device must be used in the car whereas the terms arent as restrictive for the ZTE Mobley. If you look at Howard Forums, you'll see that many users upgraded to better and more powerful hotspots with ATT on their Mobley accounts.
Mobley isn't a good radio though right it's behind the times hardware-wise. How are they upgrading to newer hotspots with the Mobley SIM? Last I heard AT&T puts a PIN on the SIM and you can't get it to use with another device?
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Mobley isn't a good radio though right it's behind the times hardware-wise. How are they upgrading to newer hotspots with the Mobley SIM? Last I heard AT&T puts a PIN on the SIM and you can't get it to use with another device?
The Mobley isnt the fastest hotspot out there but it looks like most people get from 10mbps to 40mbps with the device with some reporting over 40mbps.

There are lots of people who have posted on those forums that they were able to upgrade to newer hotspots with Mobley SIMs. In fact, several said they were prompted by ATT to upgrade their devices after they had the account for a period of time. As far as the SIM getting locked and not geing able to switch devices, several people posted they called ATT and got the unlock codes. Check out Howard Forums for more details.
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It had gone up, and fallen, Often there has been no availability of the hardware units.
I've had one for about 2 years. Still working great.
Gemniii,

What kind of speeds do you get from your Mobley?
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I think I've had this for about 2-3 years. Had used it with a 12V adapter until my Mobley died. As of November I have been using the same SIM in this:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
Faster speeds, works much better than the Mobley did. Still paying 20$ a month

As far as speeds, I get slightly better speeds but much better reliability from the Netgear. Today about 25Mbps (but this all varies by tower and signal more than the device)
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I have a ZTE hot spot that does pretty good. I only pay $20 (unlimited) at my home for it. What is the difference in mine and this one? I average 600 GB a month on it in a VERY rural area
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I think I've had this for about 2-3 years. Had used it with a 12V adapter until my Mobley died. As of November I have been using the same SIM in this:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
Faster speeds, works much better than the Mobley did. Still paying 20$ a month

As far as speeds, I get slightly better speeds but much better reliability from the Netgear. Today about 25Mbps (but this all varies by tower and signal more than the device)

Hi Killy, how many GBs do you average per month on your ZTE Mobley account?
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Nothing to see here. The Sparks device is crap if you plan to use the device outside of a moving vehicle--and this new plan has been available for a while now.
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I think I've had this for about 2-3 years. Had used it with a 12V adapter until my Mobley died. As of November I have been using the same SIM in this:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]
Faster speeds, works much better than the Mobley did. Still paying 20$ a month

As far as speeds, I get slightly better speeds but much better reliability from the Netgear. Today about 25Mbps (but this all varies by tower and signal more than the device)
im using mine in nighthawk hotspot and im averaging 80mb +. highest i seen 120mb dl
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