Originally Posted by Gintory
Thanks a lot for the info. The more I researched this, the more I thought a mobile hotspot would suffice. The brief time we had the AS trailer last year, I don't recall using internet. Or I don't recall a problem at state campgrounds. Just hoping we can set up a usable/reliable connection for a remote temperature monitor for the dog. Thanks again.
You bet. At the end of the day, regardless of equipment, itís all about the data plan. There are a few unicorns out there if you know where to look but generally speaking your issue will bandwidth throttling once you hit 10/20/50/etc gigabytes of data in a given month. The device basically becomes unusable at that point once the carrier throttles your speed to dial-up modem days.
I tear through quite a bit of mobile data. Last week while working on the road I was in the 150-200GB usage range... for a week. Fortunately I have an older unicorn data plan so to speak that does not throttle me.
Anyhoo mobile hotspots work pretty great, you donít need a $1000+ fixed LTE modem to get the job done. Iíve looked at all the options...