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I3 Mobile, (which is an MVNO that operates on AT&T's network) is offering $65 unlimited data plans specifically for mobile hotspots. After 22GB AT&T has the ability to deprioritize your traffic, though I3 says normal speeds resume once the network is no longer congested.

This is the most affordable (legitimate) plan I've found.

https://support.i3mobile.us/en-us...ns-p3nndw/
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Created 12-02-2019 at 06:44 PM by Shortymon
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network will always be congested
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network will always be congested
That's the honest to God truth I love getting home or some where I spend a lot of time and being location throttled
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network will always be congested
I can't comment on the congestion part... but AT&T's data only plans are $70 for 15GB, and Cricket (owned by AT&T) charges $70 for 30GB - but with a hard stop at 30GB.
Any way you slice it, the price point is decent.
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$65? For hotspot? Im paying 30$ i feel to expensive already.. i wish i can get connected car hotspot but it no longer available for 20$
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I3 Mobile, (which is an MVNO that operates on AT&T's network) is offering $65 unlimited data plans specifically for mobile hotspots. After 22GB AT&T has the ability to deprioritize your traffic, though I3 says normal speeds resume once the network is no longer congested.

This is the most affordable (legitimate) plan I've found.

https://support.i3mobile.us/en-us...ns-p3nndw/
Hey Shortymon. Welcome to SD and congrats on the first post.
Looking at the plans listed, couldn't you get the Unlimited & Mobile Hotspot- $59/month from this company, and then you could have both unlimited hotspot data, voice and text for $6 less a month?
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$65? For hotspot? Im paying 30$ i feel to expensive already.. i wish i can get connected car hotspot but it no longer available for 20$
Where are you paying $30 for a legitimate data only plan? (Not an eBay workaround)?? Please share so I can use that!
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Call att ask for ipad landing data plan month to month. That what i did a year ago. Its not work around. It prepaid for ipad data plan. Once activated. You then can pop sim out put in hotspot device.. that what i did exactly same-thing those idiot sold on ebay. They dont tell you how to but if you google tons of tituoral how to and ita very simple progess
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Hey Shortymon. Welcome to SD and congrats on the first post.
Looking at the plans listed, couldn't you get the Unlimited & Mobile Hotspot- $59/month from this company, and then you could have both unlimited hotspot data, voice and text for $6 less a month?
Thanks for the congrats!
I wasn't looking at the phone plans (I was only looking for data plans) but that's a great catch! I believe you're right!

(Update) I contacted the company and this is what they said:

"Sorry, for the $59 plan which has unlimited data, additional hotspot means as teathering. However $65 plan can be only used on hotspot devices. On the smartphone plan, there is a limit on teathering usage devices. However, if you choose the data only plan of $65 which can be used in hotspot devices, then you can connect to more devices / handsets"
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Call att ask for ipad landing data plan month to month. That what i did a year ago. Its not work around. It prepaid for ipad data plan. Once activated. You then can pop sim out put in hotspot device.. that what i did exactly same-thing those idiot sold on ebay. They dont tell you how to but if you google tons of tituoral how to and ita very simple progess
But you need an iPad IMEI. It may work but I'm using a Netgear hotspot. I was trying to find a "clean" way to do it.
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But you need an iPad IMEI. It may work but I'm using a Netgear hotspot. I was trying to find a "clean" way to do it.
No ipad here either, so that's a problem.
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After 22GB you will be deprioritized, period. So in fact you're paying $65 for 22GB ($2.95/GB) which is, in my opinion, not a bad deal but nothing really special. For example, you can buy $40 plan from simple mobile which will give you 15GB hotspot data ($2.67/GB) from T-Mobile.
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Until I recently moved, I had T-Mobile as my defacto internet provider, as we had no cable, and DSL was dropping to under 1mb/sec.

I had the TMobile unlimited plus the $25 international plan which gave unlimited hot spotting data. I can tell you I averaged 80-100gb per month hotspotting (my work laptop, I work from home), and I was only deprioritized very occasionally during the morning rush hour. This was in Orange County NY.

On the other hand, when I had used my Verizon for hotspotting, as soon as I hit the limit I was throttled at 600kb/sec
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