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Tuesday, December 14, 2010



We went the cellular route. We use an AT&T data card in a wireless modem. The biggest drawback is the 5Meg monthly limit. The only true unlimited plan I've found by Virgin Mobile. Check it out here. http://www.virginmobileusa.com/mobile-broadband/broadband2go.html
The drawback here is they are limited to Sprint cell towers. Don't have any out this way. Otherwise I'd jump on it. Very portable modem allowing up to 5 connections.

What about a more generic internet page. Instead of going into details about specific plans, what about what's available (sat, modem, smartphone, etc.) and its pro/cons (upload/download rates, availability across the country, campsite limitations, etc.)
Keep up the good work!

If you are ever looking for a tortilla alternative try Rudis Organic 7 Grain with Flax wraps ( http://www.rudisbakery.com/organic/products/?type=tortillas&id=40 ) or an equivalent alternative. Using larger whole grain sandwich wraps for enchiladas, quesadillas etc... have worked out great for us since you only need one at that size. The package comes with six so a couple "should" get three meals from it which helps offset the higher cost. They cook really well and don't get overly mushy which is a big key to us (also no butter or oil required when using non-stick for Quesadillas!) Each Rudis wrap is only 160 cals, 3g fat, 27g carb, 3g Dietary Fiber, 2g Sug and 5g Protein and the ingredient list is comprehensible. I don't know how they translate to points on WWs though.



Hi. Can't help myself adding my tuppence worth.

A few years ago the CEO of Telecom NZ, (our main telephone/communications company) said these exact words in a speech to a group of business men.

"We plan to confuse."

Says it all.

I think you should include millenicom.com in your cellular internet options. They have a $60/month 10gB no contract plan using verizon, and a higher limit plan using sprint. I've got the 10gb plan.

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