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5G Internet Reviews from OZ

AT&T Air Internet Hub
  • $55/mo. w/Auto-Pay ($35/mo. w/eligible AT&T wireless plan), plus tax 
  • Unlimited Internet, No caps, No overages, No contract
  • Base Unit/Router is FREE!
  • Dual-Band Wi-Fi network
  • 5G Speeds, typically 75 to 225 Mbps
OZ's Review of AT&T 5G Internet Air:
AT&T's 5G Air Internet is a high-quality wireless access to the web. You get AT&T's latest "All-Fi Hub", combination modem & router, at no extra charge. If you have AT&T as your cell phone carrier you get an additional discount. 

OZ's Review of AT&T LTE Wireless Internet:
AT&T's LTE Internet equipment is not available from AT&T but you can get it from Amazon. It's a cheaper way to get Wireless Home Internet if 4G download speeds are good enough or all you can receive at your location, and still be supported by AT&T. Since this unit has been discontinued by AT&T, there is no assurance of this unit's availability.

  • NETGEAR LM1200 4G LTE Modem 
  • $30/mo.
  • Base unit is only $165, $60 without Wi-Fi
  • NO Contract!
  • Connect all your online devices including tablets, smart phones, and laptops.
  • 4G LTE speeds, typically 5 to 100 Mbps
  • Usable on AT&T, T-Mobile or Verizon
OZ's Review of the Netgear LM1200 LTE Wireless Internet:
Netgear makes high-quality products and the LM1200 Modem is a cheaper way to get Wireless Home Internet if 4G download speeds are good enough or all you can receive at your location. This unit is compatible with all major wireless carriers and is available both with and without Wi-Fi.

Straight Talk Router
OZ's Review of Straight Talk Wireless Home Internet:
Straight Talk's Internet is nearly identical to the Verizon 5G Home Internet at a lower monthly price.  You need to buy the router which is compatible with both of Verizon's 5G and 4G LTE networks. Straight Talk's Home Internet earns our highest (5-stars) rating based on their use of the high quality Verizon network and their low monthly cost. Straight Talk is owned by Verizon. 

T-Mobile Home Internet
  • $60/Mo. ($40/mo. w/eligible T-Mobile wireless plan) 
  • High-speed wireless home internet access using existing 5G and LTE wireless networks.  
  • Available in most areas.
  • Unlimited Data
  • You can also get a similar wireless home internet plan for $50/month at Metro by T-Mobile, with an associated cell phone plan.
OZ's Review of T-Mobile Wireless Home Internet:
T-Mobile's Wireless Internet has become very popular, so popular that they have been able to raise the price of their monthly service. The router is free. Download speeds and usage are not limited and can vary wildly based on network usage and are available in most of the US. T-Mobile offers a discount on their internet service with "any" cell phone plan, and a larger discount for customers on their more expensive wireless plans.

Verizon Wireless Internet
  • $60/mo. ($35/mo. w/eligible wireless plan) 
  • 5G Download Speeds typically 34 to 149 Mbps, LTE Speeds are 25 to 50 Mbps1,000 Mbps available.
  • 2 Year price Guarantee, NO contract, NO additional fees
  • Base Unit/Router is FREE!
  • No Data Limit
  • Easy Self Setup
  • 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Check Availability
OZ's Review of Verizon 5G Home Internet:
Verizon's 5G Home Internet is one of the fastest and most reliable Home Internet Services and is worth the top price they charge which is guaranteed for 2 years. Verizon's 5G home Internet is not available in as many places as the other carriers. Their wireless router is FREE and there is no limit on data speeds or usage and is compatible with both of Verizon's 5G and 4G LTE networks. Coverage in Verizon's Ultra Wideband areas can reach 1,000 Mbps.

The OZ Wireless 5G Internet Ratings:
OZ takes into account the price, availability, features and support of each internet service. The more stars, the better. You'll notice there isn't a 1-star rated carrier, but there might be in the future.
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How Wireless Home Internet Works
You get a wireless internet box that you place by a window or anywhere in the house where it receives a strong wireless signal. The signal comes from a nearby 5G Wireless site (Units switch to 4G LTE in areas where 5G is weak or unavailable). The indoor router then distributes the internet to devices throughout your home via Wi-Fi. You can also connect a computer to the router with a regular Ethernet (RJ-45) cable.

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