BUSINESS plan for data card / cellular broadband w/out cap???
Is there a carrier that doesn't enforce this for business plans?
Cellular carrier cap it for Capacity issue. Just imagine all those data user, laptop, pda, and mobile web users and even calls made or recv connect 24hrs a day. It would overload their network.
For each call made via it being a call or a data connection it connects to the nears cell site which assigns you call/data channel, ok.
Now imagine hundreds or thousands connect to one cell site in the same area. Yes, capacity issue. Slow connection on your laptop, takes a long time to connect a call, missed calls, and etc. That's why some people get disconnect on a call while driving. That person was either driving to a cell site that was busier then nor...
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They have a fine print 5GB limit but won't turn you off or charge you extra. No contract too. If you reach the limit they may limit the speed but I haven't known anyone to get their speed limited so it's nothing to worry about really.
I mean I know it's a little clunkier to have to cord a phone to your laptop, but unlimited is unlimited. For instance as Sprint you can usually go get a business essential plan for your normal cells, have the $25 addaphone with the required $30 data addon and $15 PAM plan to allow that line to give you unlimited data on the phone as well as PAM, but more then that, your phone that you designate can ACTUALLY BE USED for something other then ju...
Just curious, what type of activities/business would have you going through the cap? Assuming you had a good natiowide network, do you think there is a large enough market for a small company to create a truly unlimited wireless laptop card?
Thank you for the response. Just curious, what activites are you doing that have you exceeding 5 gb? Watching movies/videos? Can you think of any industies/jobs that would regularly exceed the limit? I appreciate it!
Easier to use COIP, this technology will allow Com Over Internet Protocol, so you access a regular local number, or an access number wherever you are in the world, and your call is routed over internet which is effectively unlimited data without any restriction or caps.
If you use a plan which allows friends and family deal, you simply plug in your COIP access number and you can call or access internet with unlimited use, so you order the least expensive cell plan, $40. deal and you are all set. I use to use TMobile when they had $10. data option, but it was capped, now there is no concerns, and COIP works just as well as VOIP technology now.