We've been encountering a lot of cruisers and expats here in Mexico that are using phones and service from Google Fi to good effect. I think next time we're in the states we'll be picking one up too. Between the free roaming in 130+ countries, the capped price and large amount of data you're allowed it's hard to pass up. I don't like the idea of having to buy a flagship android phone but still...And good cellular data plans, multiple providers when things get sparse. Which ones depends on location.
For the US, Verizon or ATT for max coverage but pricier for lots of GB per month.
T-Mobile or maybe Sprint for cheap bulk cost, but less coverage.
No such thing for many years now, the old-school true unlimited plans cost thousands to transfer over.the real answer it an unlimited cell phone plan.
If they have slowed my service down it doesn't matter, at this moment I'm streaming video and it look fine!No such thing for many years now, the old-school true unlimited plans cost thousands to transfer over.
All the providers slow you down after X GB, some only if you're on a busy tower.
So if you are regularly going over 20-40GB/mo, using multiple providers will help with that as well as better geographic coverage.
Just curious. How do you guys deal with poor marina WIFI? Does anyone use a wireless set up for their laptop? If so, do you have a service to recommend? Hope everyone is enjoying this weather!