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Ski

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  1. VZ help with Visible? Nope. Go to Visible website. I found customer service via chat quick and very helpful. Al
  2. Kirk, Look at a GL-MT300-v2 on Amazon $20.49. I purchased this a few weeks ago upon recommendation by a forum member. This little device exceed my expectations. I'm using it as an access point for my Visible hotspot. I don't see why it wouldn't work for your situation.
  3. I purchased the GL.iNet router Bill Joyce mentioned in his post. Couldn't pass up the Mango color. 10 bucks and change. Used a $10 coupon from Amazon. Arrives Tuesday. Will be using on Visible to complement my AT&T Mobley. Visible hotspot 22.9 Mpbs. Mobley hotspot 25.4 Mbps. Ran download test a couple minutes ago in Floral City, FL. Yes, Floral City with no flowers in Citrus County with no citrus. I thought that was interesting. It doesn't take much to amuse me.
  4. I don't have a computer. We use a Samsung tablet and an iPad.
  5. I would like to use the hotspot feature for more than one device at a time. Suggestions for an inexpensive router. Thanks
  6. Agree Dutch, Mobley plus Visible all the data and coverage I need at a reasonable price.
  7. About two years ago, I called 865.595.1222 (car connected plan) and was given the PUK. I called the same number last week on another matter and got a live person. The customer service rep was very helpful and answered my question. Good luck. Al
  8. Thanks. Found a Visible Party Pay Plan on Facebook. Party time, $25.00 per month in a group of four. So far, pleased with Visible. Streamed Acorn TV last night, no problem. Al
  9. Looking to join or start a Visible Party Pay. With four members the monthly rate is $25 per person instead of $40 per person. Everyone has their own account and bill. Not familiar with Visible, check out their webpage. Unlimited 4G LTE with no speed caps. Al
  10. AT&T sent me an offer for a Nighthawk hotspot. You're correct, AT&T dosen't care what hotspot you're SIM is in, mobley, netgear or nighthawk. Al
  11. Thank you Dutch and Chris. Good to know.
  12. Switched to a Netgear 815s about a year ago. Was in a location with no coverage. Bought the Netgear and an antenna. Went from zero to 10 to 30Mpbs. Not sure if I would like to put the sim back in the Mobley. Of course, if it meant keeping or losing the Mobley plan I would. Has anyone heard of AT&T canceling the Mobley plan for using the sim in a Netgear 815s? Looking at Visible. Would use it mainly as a hotspot to stream for now. With party plan $25. Per month. Might be good to have a Verizon plan as well, in case we were in an area with no or weak AT&T coverage.
  13. Checked my data use last billing period 100gb. Was using 30 to 40gb. Question, should I cut back on data use or is AT&T okay with Mobley users exceeding the 23mb by a good amount?
  14. Our fifth wheel living room sideout does not have rollers. When it come in, it tilts up a little and glides over the carpet. We were told to stay with carpet. If not, as the side comes in it would scar the vinyl or wooden floor. Makes sense to me. However, we would if possible, like to get rid of the carpet. Is there a non scaring flooring product we could use? Al 2008 Holiday Rambler 36' Floral City, FL
  15. Kirk, you replace yours every three years. 1) Remove old caulk if it looks good? 2) Best way to remove caulk without damaging rubber roof? Thanks, Al
  16. Thousands of Canadian Snowbirds spend the winter in Florida, Texas, Arizona etc. Do you know if they'll arrive this season? It's only three to four months away. If not, do you think that will have an affect on lot rental prices? Al 2008 HR 5th wheel Floral City, FL
  17. Yes, singles are welcome. Contact Ranger Sue for hours required, less than for a couple. She will treat you right. Al
  18. Immediate opening with the COE Lake Thurmond Clark's Hill, S.C., about 25 miles northwest of Augusta. 34 hours a week per couple. Various duties. Volunteer Village with wifi, laundry, exercise equipment and kitchen. Most of the sites are on the lake. For more information contact Ranger Sue Miller. susan.k.miller@usace.army.mil Al
  19. Yes. See a Veterans Service Officer. A local American Legion Office will give the name and contact phone number. The VSO will file a claim on your behalf and walk you through the process. If your claim is denied, the VSO will file an appeal for you. This morning I met a VSO in Augusta, Georgia (Georgia employees a number of VSO`s across the state to assist veterans) to ask what date to put down on my hearing evaluation form for the onset of my hearing problems that started 30 to 50 years ago. The answer was simple. She said put down "I don't know". She also said the VA knows that Vietnam Era veterans were not offered ear plugs, muffs etc. When I know the results of my disability claim, I'll post the information on this forum. Ski
  20. Exposed to extreme noise over 50 years ago. VA wants the date when I first noticed tinnitus and loss of hearing. I don't recall. This stuff creeps up on you. How does one determine a date of first occurrence? Thanks for the tip Hill Country. "Don't guess"
  21. Thank you for the quick reply.
  22. Hearing test scheduled for Monday February 3rd. Filling out questionnaire. How does one determine the start of your tinnitus and hearing loss? Form asks for a date. Military service 1962 to 1965. I don't recall when my hearing problems first started. How does one determine a date? Any advice you could contribute to help me with my claim would be appreciated. Thanks, Ski
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