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lenr

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Posted: 07/09/20 10:08am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

More 2: the Winegard comes with the Winegard SIMM card used for its pay as you go plan. You would need to purchase a SIMM card from an AT&T or Verizon store particular to the data plan you want to use. Winegard uses a SIMM card larger than the smallest ones--best to buy a card that snaps down to the size needed. The Winegard plan, while more expensive per Gig, might be less expensive for light users. We try to be out in the RV 80% of the time, so Verizon is best for us. Yes, everything is tech complicated the first time through, but the manual is accurate, and Winegard telephone support knows what they're doing. Once it is setup and working, the configuration process is repeatable and easy to learn. Maybe OP can get a kid to visit during initial configuration. Also, the cellular configuration for the SIMM card that you acquire involves a bunch of numbers, but these are all on the instruction manual sticker.

Again, feel free to ask questions.

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