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It looks like their coverage in WA is not the best - coverage map
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I had good speed and signal from T-Mobile for a couple years and then it went into dumpster. They gave me a booster setup and did not help. I switched to OTR Mobile with an ATT sim and it worked ok. Then ATT keep changing sims on OTR. So I really need something that uses ATT sim. Our Consumer Cellular phones have the ATT sim. VZW was marginal at our site, and I switched to T-M.


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The Best deal is via FMCA at the moment in my opinion
FMCA now accepts trailer owners
You need to be a member (With out looking I think it's about 50/year)
You need to pay a set up fee (Also about 50)
And it's about 50/month
Sprint/T-Mobile UNLIMITED DATA and by that I mean you have no limits. NO throttling. No limits... Speeds vary with location Coverage is .... Well go to the T-Mobile or Sprint web pages and take a look


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wa8yxm wrote:

The Best deal is via FMCA at the moment in my opinion
FMCA now accepts trailer owners
You need to be a member (With out looking I think it's about 50/year)
You need to pay a set up fee (Also about 50)
And it's about 50/month
Sprint/T-Mobile UNLIMITED DATA and by that I mean you have no limits. NO throttling. No limits... Speeds vary with location Coverage is .... Well go to the T-Mobile or Sprint web pages and take a look


2 year contract is a no go for me. What if I can not get service in one or both of my summer/winter locations?

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It is all about Location.


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