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Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

OK, Michael. Got any tips for the technologically impaired? Bull D. in Rockport,TX From: mailto:Total2000UsersGroup@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, April 01,
Bull Durham
8:30 AM
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148742

Re: Vault Storage

How nice of A la mode to call me to discuss work flow and issues causing duplicates. May see improvements on the horizon. Sherry Marlow Mt. Juliet, TN
mytnappraiser
7:31 AM
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148741

Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

I do Bull.  AT&T includes the Hot Spot option on all smart phones I believe.  Works good after you finally figure it out.  Lol  Took me a while to pair up
Michael Barnes
6:58 AM
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Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

What if you’re with AT&T? Can you do the same? Bull Durham Rockport, TX From: mailto:Total2000UsersGroup@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 5:29
Bull Durham
5:22 AM
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Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

Thanks Bill and Juan! From: mailto:Total2000UsersGroup@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 3:29 PM To: Total2000UsersGroup@yahoogroups.com Subject:
maxiemom85602
4:02 PM
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Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

If you have an iPhone on Verizon, just go to settings and go down to “Personal Hot Spot” and turn it on. Bill Streep San Antonio, TX From:
Bill Streep
3:29 PM
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Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

No, you don't. Go the the verizon store and have them show you how to convert your phone into a hotspot. Once it is on you can turn on your laptop and
Juan Restrepo
3:28 PM
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Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

Juan Really unfamiliar with this whole thing. We have Verizon and have smart phones. Do I need to buy a device? If so, does Verizon sell them? Eli From:
maxiemom85602
3:21 PM
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Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

Eli, No extra cost. Just had to buy the device Candy Cooke, Broker
Candy
2:48 PM
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Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

Eli: It's not expensive.... only $20.08 per month ($20 plus some small tax - 8 cents). I don't use it as much anymore because I can tether my iPhone, so no
Leland Hill
2:31 PM
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Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

thanks. that is interesting. in rural nm where I used to live it was very spotty reception. Judy Wheeler On Mar 31, 2015 9:44 AM, "'Ardy Mattox'
    Judy Wheeler
    2:07 PM
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    148732

    Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

    Eli, If you are with Verizon and have a smart phone you can turn your phone into a hotspot. No charges, just pay for the data and that's it. Juan Restrepo
    Juan Restrepo
    1:59 PM
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    148731

    Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

    Lee Do you know how much the MiFi adds to the Verizon bill? We are with Verizon and have thought about possibly getting some type of Hotspot. Eli From:
    maxiemom85602
    1:50 PM
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    Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

    I've got a MiFi for Verizon too which works very well. But I also have the same type of access through my iPhone 6 so there's not any incentive for me to keep
    Leland Hill
    11:56 AM
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    Re: Mobile Hot Spot WiFi

    We do that when we travel. Right now we are using Verizon... Have had 5 spot (old) for years and years. Not the fastest, but we have grandfathered unlimited
      Ardy Mattox
      Mar 31
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