Since wife and I are threatened with cancel on our straight talk wireless because of hotspot use. Anyone know whether most hotspot devices out there would allow us to continue casting to our TV using our phones? Thanks
Bottom line, cellular data is the most expensive way to broadband, u may get away with it for a little bit but they will find out eventually.
Hotspots like pico-cells and micro-cells require you have broadband in your house. They convert your cell signal to a LAN signal. So you'll need Cable, Fiber, or DSL running out of your house.Yes. To be specific I have been referring to the purchase of a portable hotspot device and that was what my original question was addressing: Did anyone know whether only certain portable hotspot de9 will work with these straight talk phones?
it's not quite that complicated. for instance, in my plan, i see that i get unlimited video but it streams at 480p. your tv will display that fine. won't look as good as 1080p but if you want to cheap out, then you're gonna have to make some sacrifices. other companies may only lower the resolution once you hit a certain data limit. you just have to be informed so you get what you need and only pay for what you need.Yes. Well it's seeming more and more like technology- way more complex than it could or should be! Based on the input from your reply I would need to know the amount of resolution my digital TV would need and scan the finest of the fine print more than an attorney in a vain attempt to determine whether that carrier would have what I need!? To have what I was using I simply pressed a few buttons on both my wife's and my phones- so I will happen upon something half decent
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