Dish Network owns Boost Mobile which means the industry is milking the public for as much as they can squeeze. If you don't have a good income you're cast aside.
I plan on doing BLM and Stealth. I kinda like $50 to $65 a month but I would pay more If I get more for less.What is your actual budget for phone/Internet/TV? At the moment it looks like you're trying to do one stop shopping. Depending on your allowance for the above, and your answer to the question below, you might be able to piece together a better solution.
Another big deal would be where you plan on being. Urban stealth or more open area? Really will make a huge difference depending on the answer.
This FreeVee is an internet and cable streaming service.HD video will eat a lot of bandwidth.
Use SD setting to eat less bandwidth.
Live within your budget.
With the deal, one has to subscribe to multiple channels, instead of the provider offering those channels as part of its package. They reduced their costs, and passes them on to the user.
Amazon Prime used to have a lot of free content, now it's $8 to $10 per channel per month.
FreeVee (oxymoronically a "premium free" streaming service) is just going back in time to free broadcast TV with annoying commercial breaks.
Look at Visible.I have "Boost Mobile" for my cell service. They gave me 2gb and I don't know how much T.V. streaming I get for that because I'm in a home for the time being with all the amenities for now.
I was watching some videos on how to get T.V. channels in my van and the guy stated to stream T.V. programs from my phone I would use up "1 GB" of data an hour. Is this true? Of course I was already planning on going to unlimited data streaming but, "WOW", I didn't know T.V. shows would eat up that much data. I also read that even if you have unlimited data the phone companies will throttle back your data speeds if there's alot of activity on their network.
So Boost Mobile will give me 35 GB a month for $60.00 then reduce my data speeds for the remainder of the month when I exceed the 35 GB. How do I get unlimited Data without breaking my bank?
T-Mobile has an unlimited data plan for $140 a month. Puretalk has unlimited data for $65.00 with a 25 GB hotspot whatever that means. I'm sure T-Mobile has coverage everywhere just about and Puretalk states they have nationwide coverage. I hear alot of van dwellers use ATT and Verizon but some of these lower cost phone companies piggyback on the ATT and Verizon networks. I'm still looking at the plans that are out there.
I'd really like to stream "Sling", "You Tube T.V" or another T.V. streaming service directly to my tablet or T.V. without having to go through a phone company.
OK, I just want to know what's the best way to get my favorite T.V. channels in my van without breaking my bank. Sitting outside and watching the desert shrubs grow is fine but watching my favorite shows is somewhat better.
This is another area I need to learn about and I'm watching videos and talking to the members in this forum.
Visible is on the Verizon Network. When the Verizon Network gets busy with their own customers they force the networks that are piggybacking on their network (Visible) to throttle their customers.Look at Visible.
On the Visible+ plan, you will receive 50GB of premium data each month, which covers your usage on the 5G Nationwide and 4G LTE networks. After 50 GB of premium data on the Visible+ plan and for all data usage on the Visible plan and the Visible Unlimited plan, in times of traffic, your data may be temporarily slower than other traffic. Video is delivered at SD (480p) quality.
"Works Most Of The Time" are the key words. This means it doesn't work ALL of the time and you are getting throttled.I have had visible for several years now. Works most of the time. No data caps in aware of, I routinely hit 100 gb a month of usage. It is in Verizon backbone.