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I completely agree and including the fact that the children will need to be assisted through all the coursework and schedules. For parents who have to go to work or for children who do not have parental support at home it is a bad situation. Kyla Ellis I utilize a WeBoost booster…the whole house model was $549 on amazon or their own website. I think I had 30 days to figure it out and test it/return it. It was my first purchase. Then, I bought into a mobile cellular company service…the one I use today is Nomad Internet. Using that Open Signal app, I located my closest tower, aimed the WeBoost outdoor antenna at it, and found my cell signal greatly improved.
The mobile gadget I use is Netgear Nighthawk…it lets me run multiple devices at once.
I bought the Nomad service online, and had 14 days to test/try/return it. (The reason for booster first is obvious, and it had the longer return policy, to allow for the Internet install and trial.)
It is unlimited data at no throttle down of speed – which is the problem with a Verizon hotspot, and I suspect with any other cellular carrier paxkage, too. I had Verizon Jerpacks at our other house, and 22 gig/ month was $60.
Hughesnet here throttled down and only promised download “up to 1 mbps”…we never came even close. Speed tests on my Nomad are generally 17-30 mbps, and uploads around 5. More than enough to get a good stream.
I use Open Signal app to run speed tests, video tests ( latency is important, not just spoed….), find towers here and at our other house in VA, and do cool stuff like check the coverage mapping I described above.
The AT&T service I checked into was roughly $10/ gig/month. Ridiculous, Last month, I streamed over 400 gig on Nomad for their flat fee of $129. I can finally enjoy Prime programming!
There are other cellular based mobiles. I like Nomad for their fast response on chat and email, as well as their fair cost and good service. My Noghthawk is mobile, so I can use it while traveling between homes/farms. These services were meant for RV and trucker use initially. Since we live back and forth in each week, it made sense to go that route…but anyone can enjoy the flexibility. I wish you luck finding what works for you.

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