I am trying to find a solution for our (very) small business that would allow us to send up to 4 crews out at a time to time a fitness race. We would be onsite for up to 4 hours typically and we need internet during that time, and only during that time. We have been using our hotspots on our phones but we want something a little more reliable.
I would say we need two of the hotspots an average of twice a week. The other two would go weeks without use. Any ideas?
I called Verizon and they said that 4 hotspots and 2gb of data would be $100/month. That is too much.
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