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starlord
Explorer
Explorer
Never done this before so have no idea... Got a T Mobile 5G hotspot and could not get unlimited data like the home unit. Best I could do was 10 gig. If I'm streaming something like direct tv with a Roku, will I be able to do a week of streaming and stay within the 10 gigs? Once again, I have no idea at all on how quickly I will eat up data streaming. Thanks for any answers.
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starlord
Explorer
Explorer
Thanks for the replies. Guess I'll just hope I have decent 4G to use my Mobley on instead of the 5G hotspot.

LouLawrence
Explorer
Explorer
You can up that to 50 GB for $50/month. I tried that but found that I used the 50GB in 2 weeks so returned it.

pianotuna
Nomad II
Nomad II
Hi,

I have 130 gigs before I am throttled. I use about 140 per 30 days.

I use hotspots on my phone(s)
Regards, Don
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jorbill2or
Explorer II
Explorer II
You will use 1- 3 gb per hour of viewing. High def 1080p, pretty much every tv now , is the 3
So unfortunately no , 10 will not be enough unless you only watch very little tv. We are using 150-200 per month as we travel this summer about 35-50 gb a week. Of course that’s us. Everyone is different.
Bill

Dutch_12078
Explorer
Explorer
I have both AT&T and Verizon unlimited data plans, and it's not uncommon for us to use 150 to 200 GB in a month of mostly streaming.
Dutch
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rr2254545
Explorer
Explorer
10 Gig is a drop in the bucked - I run through 150 on my Verizon Plan
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