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Which mobile hotspot should I go with?

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So I'm currently a sprint customer, and I get horrible sprint service at my house and in my area. I'm in the market for a mobile hotspot but I have no idea which to go to... I want best performance and I'm willing to pay. I'm really looking for unlimited data as I'm probably going to have a bunch of devices attached to this hotspot, such as an xbox, laptops, and smartphones.

So does anyone have a preference? Verizon or T-mobile? those were what I was looking at... Verizon has a few devices and they're pretty much all the same... I don't have much experience with these devices so if anyone can just give me some advice or information that would be great.

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verizon will likely give you the best coverage. But your going to get much better price and quality from using broadband. Is there any cable or DSL provider in your area? you would be much happier if there is and it would cost you less. Theres also a new company in my area offering wifi from towers that are better speeds then phones.

If you live in an area without these things verizon is usually best, unlimited data will be costly though. They also offer what they call a cantenna AKA home fusion broadband. Which is basically 20 phone antennas wrapped in a box and strapped to the side of your house. Thats what I am using now because I am out of service area for other broadband. I dont think they offer a unlimited plan though.

Anyways I still suggest going with cable/dsl if you can thumb.gif
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Verizon hasnt done an unlimited plan for a long time sadly. But hands down, verizon will provide the best service. However, go with DSL/cable though I am highly sure that you cant get cable/dsl and that is why you are using a hotspot.
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No one does unlimited data mobile hotspots outside of clear so try them
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