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Cricket wireless, unlimited data/text/call and a 10gb hotspot. Hotspot was the only reason I went with cricket.How many GB of data/SMS/telephony minutes do you have per month?
And pre-paid or post-paid? And what monthly price?
I don’t have internet access where I live, they won’t bring it too me. You can’t use your regular data with the hotspot, but for $10 it was the cheapest option for internet. It’s plenty fast to surf internet and download smaller thingsHotspot? Isn't there already cellular data?
That's not true at all. No matter how you connect to the public Internet, whether by wi-fi, cellular data plan, wired access, the very meaning of the public Internet is that your message or file is broken down into data packets, and those packets get passed along by any number of third parties. This cooperative switching and routing is the very essence of the Internet, all the way back to Paul Baran's 1964 paper at RAND for the US military. Each packet is a hot potato, handed off as quickly as possible to the next relevant router until it reaches its destination.But your cellular data is more trustable.
no unfortunately not yet; maybe int he future though; i know that the ipads and stuff can work because my phone is a google pixel 2 xl (no sim uses an E-sim) and then the ipad (data only sim) and it is like unlimited everything for 80$ for both devices a month.Is the smartphone also Apple?
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