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Old Yesterday, 02:10 AM
 
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hz / mhz is a measure of frequency, so i can guarantee you it's not that.



maybe stick to real estate instead of acting like you know everything about everything.
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Old Today, 05:16 PM
 
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Hi All,

I purchased a new home out in Summerlin North West, which will only be used as a vacation home for now, and I was wondering if anyone has any personal experience with setting up a pre-paid mobile wifi in their home? Or maybe a non-contractual internet service provider?

Thanks!
does your cell phone plan include tethering if so you can use your phone as a mobile hotspot as well. i am on verizon when in 4G LTE mode i hit near 200 mbps down though we do have 5G in my area but it's limited
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Old Today, 05:20 PM
 
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t-mobile and at&t are rolling out 5g here. you can try their MVNOs for lower prices / non contract.

for wifi in the home you are really better off with a fixed provider at least until the 5g towers are all lit up city-wide.

centurylink simple internet is no credit check and pre-paid, no contract. $55 a month including all taxes, fees, and modem rental. plus a $60 one-time install fee. speed depends on your address, use their small business site and type in your address then click "see offer" to see what they can offer you.

cox has a similar offering called straightup internet but it's a promo price that goes sky-high after a year.
don't expect 5G to penetrate through walls since it's millimeter waves and they get wonky trying to go through walls. they will more than likely have to come out and install an outdoor antenna with a whole home modem and router. i don't know what verizons policy is as far as suspending service for xxx amount of time i do know they want the modem and router back if you cancel service. and there's no contract!!!
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