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We use different cell plans depending on which country we’re in.
AT&T cell phones, unlimited data plans
Cellular range extender from Wilson Electronics (now weBoost) for internet.
T-mobile international data plan
I get my wifi from libraries, walmart, fast food, anywhere
We have a mobile studio setup so we can record music on the road and we connect to hotspots while traveling.
We use one Verison and one T-Mobile unlimited plan to get varied coverage. Coffee shops for large uploads
Verizon Jet Pack with unlimited data
Verizon Iphone tether
50 dB Gain extends the range of my cell phone by up to 15 miles (22 km). I constantly use that booster. Even one bar on my cell phone for only 1 minute makes a huge difference for me.
Personal Hotspot via Tmobile
We Use Free Wifi On The Road.
Because the van is so well insulated with metallic overed foam, not much phone signal gets inside the van. So we put a 5db antenna on the roof which plugs into the modem / hotspot.
Verizon and AT&T hotspots and a wi-fi booster.
The custom made antenna mast folds up quickly. It houses a directional Uhf TV antenna and a omnidirectional cellular antenna. This connects to a 4g modem inside which greatly improves wireless internet range and speed.
4G mobile broadband modem and internet booster antenna, which receives 4G from any tower within 100km. Plus back up sim card with Telstra, in case we can’t pick up Optus reception.
4G roaming on our Australian mobile phone plans.