Post by The Naptown Icon on Feb 9, 2018 12:39:58 GMT -5
Do any of you adults live without an internet/cable bill? Is it possible to buy a hot spot device and use that at home to stream movies and or games? Or just regular internet usage? Are data limits an issue? Currently I have to pay for Internet at my house, office, and phone bill. Also, my girlfriend just cut the cord with her ISP and I was trying to find a way around her having to find a new one.
Does anyone have any ideas or recommendations? Thanks!
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Good luck. The hot spots that phone companies offer bleeds your cell service data dry and then you get charged per gig. Best bet it getting set up with an internet service. Or, hang out at a coffee shop.
DO NOT use a hot spot as your only access to the internet. It will cost way too much. Those are meant to supplement your access when you aren't near WiFi. If you don't want to get home internet I suggest you look into T-Mobile. Their unlimited data plan is great. You get capped at 50 (or 52) gb then they slow it down from LTE to 2-3g. That's plenty for most people but the limits reset every month so you shouldn't have long to wait if you do end up hitting your data cap. And you get Netflix for free.