I have AT&T Mobile share at 10GB. I barely eclipse 4GB on a regular basis, that's using my hotspot where wifi is still not available or the connection sucks, listening to streaming radio and watching Netflix on my iPad, which is wifi only and I use the hotspot in place of Comcast when they slow down, or if I'm out of the house and don't feel like risking public Wifi. I've always thought the whole broadband coverage in rural areas thing was highly overblown since the population density in rural areas is minimal. 4G LTE is available in places where a majority of the population live, I can even get it with AT&T in some parts of rural colorado along I-70. When most vehicles now come with 4G hotspots as available (if not standard equipment) than that makes that argument even less valid.Who is it on this forum??? Someone's dad(?) is a trucker. Given the way the phone companies are charging for data, I think SiriusXM has a bright future. You can get in your vehicle and just drive for hours without having to worry about dropouts (mostly) or data overages.
And for the old foagies like our trucker friend, they don't want to mess with having to download apps and passwords and all that...they just want to plug it in and go.
Here's the T-Mobile map. From what I've heard, T-Mobile is one of the worst in terms of coverage: