Verizon Business - LTE?

Ryan Finnesey rfinnesey at
Sun Aug 14 04:52:18 UTC 2011

The  two problems I have with Clear is that it does not work well indoors
(major problem for air ports) and that they will not route my IP block over
there network.


-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Day [mailto:toasty at] 
Sent: Saturday, August 13, 2011 9:11 PM
To: chris
Cc: Ryan Finnesey; nanog at
Subject: Re: Verizon Business - LTE?

On Aug 13, 2011, at 6:58 PM, chris wrote:

> What plan are you using? My htc thunderbolt has unlimited 4g on the 
> phone and for my hotspot so I'd imagine there is something similar for 
> standalone hardware?
> chris

Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile have all dropped their unlimited plans. If you're
on one now, you're grandfathered in, but they are no longer orderable.
Sprint is the only major carrier left with unlimited data you can order. If
you want purely data only, also has unlimited plans, but only
within their area.

The next closest thing is U.S. Cellular, if you're in their area. They have
a 5GB cap, with $0.25/MB overage, but the overage(even when roaming) is
capped at $200/mo.  If you really want to use it as unlimited, you can
basically treat it as an unlimited connection for ~$250/mo.

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