FINALLY...A RURAL Internet Service that WORKS!

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Dan Hunziger
Dan Hunziger 4 ժամ առաջ
Curious are you still happy with their service? We are seriously considering it! An update video would be nice!!!!
Hey Dad!
Hey Dad! Օր առաջ
Is it still going strong? 🤔(March 2021) we are considering this. And is the code still valid? 😁
Flowers inherhair
Flowers inherhair 10 օր առաջ
Thank you. We are hoping to move in about a year, so if Starlink isn't a thing by then, I'm so glad to have a nice alternative!
Athena C
Athena C 10 օր առաջ
Thank you! Such a nice couole!
Dan Hunziger
Dan Hunziger 23 օր առաջ
@William Green they also use Verizon
Joel Doyle
Joel Doyle 10 ժամ առաջ
First, I must acknowledge you are not trying to sell a service. That being said , I checked the site today plans start at about $130/mo to $150/mo and then a $199 membership charge. You’re in Southern Mo, I’m in North Ar, it might be worth mentioning that Starlink plans on starting service here in mid to late 2021. First come first serve, equipment around $580 monthly $99 no contract. To order $99 up front the $99 comes off the $580 when the equipment is shipped WHEN THE SERVICE IS UP. No data caps no throttle at this time. We’ve got Suddenlink and it sucks worst rated service in the US and it’s foreign owned.
Gar Kam
Gar Kam Օր առաջ
Hughes Net is the worst company to deal with. I dropped them after 2 days. They lie
Wendy Jenkins-Voegeli
Wendy Jenkins-Voegeli Օր առաջ
Do they have Nomad in Canada?
Armour of God
Armour of God 2 օր առաջ
Does this work in Canada?
Debbie Love
Debbie Love 2 օր առաջ
Thank you guys so much! We live in the country and it's been a terrible issue with internet.💖💖💖
Mike Rin
Mike Rin 3 օր առաջ
Do you still have Nomad and is it still performing to your satisfaction? Thanks Starlink will also be an option soon down south.
Mary Vargo
Mary Vargo 4 օր առաջ
Well my husband and I are house hunting and the first house we're looking at no one provides service to, except nomad. except theyr'e out of plans
Work Work
Work Work 4 օր առաջ
Visible's address verification system is very bad. My address was not verified in their system. The customer service agent over the chat created ticket, escalated ticket and even after more than a day my issue is not resolved. Too bad. Their chat customer service is useless, I wish they had phone customer service and better response time, better handling of issues in timely manner rather than 24 to 48 hours.
dj osearth
dj osearth 4 օր առաջ
Cable type duh ethernet heh!!
Honey Vale Farm
Honey Vale Farm 5 օր առաջ
After watching this video we attempted to get Nomad internet service. We are now into them for $500 and have yet to get one second worth of service. They refuse to answer the phones and customer service is non-existent. I am not sure how Kevin and Sarah ended up with such great service as I cannot even get a box that works. Hughes Net was better than the nothing we have now!
Red Fish
Red Fish 6 օր առաջ
After watching this video ,, a question comes to mind ,, I live in the city so I don't have these problems so asking this question is just for my own information and I guess others that do live in the country like you do ,, here is the question ;-) answer as best you can ,, if you choose to lol So ,, you had to pay $300 for the equipment for the old service that you thought would work ,, then I am guessing had to pay $400 to rid yourself of the service that wasn't working as expected ,, you were told that you could expect this amount of service ,, according to what I am understanding ,, you didn't get anywhere near what you were expecting ,, and no where near adequate for your needs ,, I would be saying to myself ,, these people misrepresented what they were offering ,, in this case ,, why should you have to pay $400 more to rid yourself of a service that wasn't what they had said you would be getting ,, Maybe I am over thinking this ,, I would not be a happy camper ,,,
GROWING BLIND with Ken
GROWING BLIND with Ken 6 օր առաջ
Nomad won't work here, we have no 4g. Mohave County, Arizona along the Colorado just south of the western grand canyon. I am hoping for Elon's.
DM McHugh
DM McHugh 6 օր առաջ
I discovered a similar service called 'NoLimit Internet '. Works the same as the company you describe. I chose the plan which uses tmobile. No throttling, unlimited internet. I connect for work, fun, stream movies, etc. These companies are great alternatives to standard home internet even in areas with good coverage.
Rebecca Wood
Rebecca Wood 7 օր առաջ
I've lived your story; with Hughesnet TWICE.
Hughes269
Hughes269 7 օր առաջ
Good info, how would you like ,450kbps ? Centurylink here in south alabama
Katsumi The Entertainment
Katsumi The Entertainment 7 օր առաջ
Came here expecting Starlink haha
George Henry
George Henry 7 օր առաջ
Doing a follow up is your internet system still working the way you said it was. I’m moving to an area that’s has weak signal.
austin Ryder
austin Ryder 9 օր առաջ
Have you heard about starlink? Made by spacex and elon musk.
Liah Fox
Liah Fox 10 օր առաջ
All those companies suck. Verizon tried to charge me for my own 3rd party router. Then they tried to charge me "rent' for it. Then they put me under contract for 2 years with no permission or signature. Naturally I didn't pay them a cent, and had new equipment waiting for the day they finally shut it off. I live in a place with a LOT of options so it was easy for me to say "FU."
1990notch
1990notch 10 օր առաջ
I believe most phone companies were given huge federal grants to install better internet infrastructure to underserved areas several years ago. What did they do with the money? I have CenturyLink and I'm lucky to see anything over 256k on peak times.
360-MEDIA
360-MEDIA 10 օր առաջ
Didnt see you Amazon links for the Rooftop LTE system. Good video.
Lisa Myers
Lisa Myers 11 օր առաջ
An hour and a half to upload your video? Wow! Is that the normal time even when you lived in the city? What about gaming? Is that enough megabytes? Thanks!
nikloff
nikloff 11 օր առաջ
After receiving a second SIM card after the first failed it has failed as well gave up and terminated service. Would not recommend.
Kevin Fehr
Kevin Fehr 12 օր առաջ
we moved just outside of town and the realtor said the same thing. I have an ATT phone and they said they don't have service out of town, in fact the Direct TV guy said all big telephone/internet providers are getting out of anything to do with the word RURAl, even though a fiber optic line box from ATT is planted in my front yard. All these rural internet companies are expensive. Nomad suggested the "very blue plan" at 129 a month or 1548.00 a year. Is that price worth saving for your child's college education of putting money away for retirement? Someone will become very wealthy is they can provide a low cost, quality internet for rural, or they can be declared a utility and be regulated
Lee Chapman
Lee Chapman 12 օր առաջ
What router did you use? Seems routers with SIM card slots are limited and none have great reviews.
Courtney Wilcox
Courtney Wilcox 12 օր առաջ
Thank you for this ! We too have a similar story , live in Amish country rural western ny - currently use a hot spot through verzion but caps is at 15 gbs . Hughes net and every other satellite internet service is ridiculous so I never went down that path . Spectrum has run fiber lines on our road (something they got a grant to do years ago) but are dragging their feet finishing the project , they have changed the completion date 8 times ! If they don’t finish it this month I’m going to give this a try . Thank you thank you !
cygnus1965
cygnus1965 12 օր առաջ
I’m with the calyx institute now and I dont get service in the house I have to set the hotspot up in my shop and it still isn’t always connected. So I’m going to switch to visible.Verizon reseller unlimited everything and it’s 40 a month unless you get more People in your group And it can get as low as 20$ a month I believe.
cygnus1965
cygnus1965 12 օր առաջ
Be happy century link said no. Worst Company in the world. I hated them and will Never use them again if they were the last IP. I would go without.
Bellz Luna
Bellz Luna 13 օր առաջ
I need Internet for true nomad living. Boondocking, travel to different states and so forth. Do you have any suggestions? And thanks for the Hughes warning! I was told it would be great, glad I came across your video
Jesse Galvan
Jesse Galvan 13 օր առաջ
Thanks so much for your time and information my mothers home is in sort of a pothole area they are probably less than a mile from a tower but signal goes right over the top of their home... thanks for showing the signal boosters, I have been rather skeptical in purchasing them until now.
NoVx4Me 1ifUagree
NoVx4Me 1ifUagree 13 օր առաջ
Sattelite is a scam. You could be a billionaire and your yacht can get direct TV along the costal waterways. But at no price point can you stream direct TV or sattelite tv like HBO in the middle of the ocean. Sattelite TV on most islands yes but once a yacht gets out 50 miles there is ZERO service. Just one little factoid I learned as a flat earth believer. Sattelite TV is a mystery but it ain't from space.
intertwined mpz
intertwined mpz 13 օր առաջ
Hey how are you doing I live in Jamaica I have a farm there is a cellular phone service provider but my farm is in a dead spot! So am getting no signal, can this system help me and could it work in Jamaica?
Astanax Knight
Astanax Knight 14 օր առաջ
Back in 2008, my wife and I decided to try and get a mobile hotspot from Verizon. It was five gigabytes a month. Verizon guy said nobody goes over 5 GB a month and gave us a trial period. The very next day, I was over there to get a refund. The seller was shocked and asked what happened? I told him my wife downloaded a 5 GB video game that very night.
YodaWhat
YodaWhat 14 օր առաջ
What about Starlink from SpaceX?
Viki Alien
Viki Alien 15 օր առաջ
Your problem was centurylink! Worst company ever!
Houndsman One
Houndsman One 15 օր առաջ
we too went through the same internet issues. After 10+ years, the service is still poor. Our service is through satellite style service. Just poor service and S-L-O-W. We had the same horror internet story. I like your video picture quality. What camera doe you guys use? I'll check out Nomad to see if it's something we can use here. Enjoyed a full-watch. 👍🏽🙂
Living Traditions Homestead
Living Traditions Homestead 13 օր առաջ
They are made by Reolink. You can see them in our Amazon shop
Wendy Queen
Wendy Queen 16 օր առաջ
I was really excited about this possibility but at $129/mo which is double our usual internet, I’ll have to wait to see if they come down over time... :(
L B
L B 17 օր առաջ
I think over 100 dollars a month is. Too much for internet for an average home. For business it's a bargain. You get what you pay for. Hugh's net is not included in this discussion. I would try 4g LTE first with all çarriers first then try nomad. You can use outside antennas with most routers if they have antennas and/or antenna jacks.
Daniel Clayton
Daniel Clayton 17 օր առաջ
I know a lot about Missouri.there infrastructure is yrs. Behind. They took 20 yrs to build a hwy. From Hannibal to St. Joe
nikloff
nikloff 17 օր առաջ
So far my experience is terrible. Two weeks it worked pretty good now horrible. Terrible service and follow up. Had high hopes but am now searching again. May have to go back to the dish.
Walter Shoults
Walter Shoults 17 օր առաջ
You two could make content out of anything I believe.👍👌 I've always known to measure twice and cut once.thx🙏🇺🇸
Charles Harris
Charles Harris 18 օր առաջ
I live in a National Forest and pay $25 a month for Visible (on Verizon network), and use my hotspot to watch TV way too much daily with little to no throttling. Just sayin'.
1miltond
1miltond 18 օր առաջ
Hi looks good and I am looking but to be honest $120 a month is way out of my league But thanks for the video is real good
KJVTRUTH
KJVTRUTH 18 օր առաջ
DANG.. you sound like my exact situation.. Century link is a joke>> I live in Mammoth Spring AR.. Where are you guys??
Booger
Booger 18 օր առաջ
Did you use a splitter to connect the two directional antennas?
L B
L B 17 օր առաջ
Two antennas are for removing dead spots. The router has the necessary electronics for each antenna. If the router has two antennas then two outside antennas are needed if three antenna are used inside then three are needed outside.
Ty w
Ty w 18 օր առաջ
Unfortunately Hughesnet is the only option for a lot of rural residents. I've had them for 8 years. Im a day trader. I need fast reliable internet. I pay over $150 in overages each month. They suck to high hell. I pre-ordered Starlink a few days ago with expected delivery sometime this year.
IsraelMania
IsraelMania 18 օր առաջ
Thanks so much! I’m definitely going to look into it!
Holly R
Holly R 18 օր առաջ
Thank you, great video. I am trying TrifictaWireless same type of company and were very helpful when I reached out.
Donald Raines
Donald Raines 19 օր առաջ
I have 2 lines of dsl through Frontier Communications as it's my only option other than satellite internet which I had before and it sucked too. I am actually thinking of buying property in another area just for the internet and renting out my small farm I currently live at.
Ty Mr.T
Ty Mr.T 19 օր առաջ
I don't like the membership fees. Plus you don't own the equipment. I use Ubifi internet service and I have a mofi4500 4gxelte router. I own my equipment. And no service contract. Decent service for RURAL AREA.
AsriaDurden5558
AsriaDurden5558 19 օր առաջ
Ty so much for this info. I am moving to 22 acres pretty close to you, so this info is priceless. Love you guys and hopefully we can meet in the future.
David
David 19 օր առաջ
I like this couple and believe what they say is true for them. BUT I am going through the Nomad circle right now. I did their survey found out which plan was for me and when it arrived wrote down all the numbers every hour or two for three days. While I am not bashing them the service was no better than what I already have(Hughesnet) I don't like their website, hard to navigate through. They gave me the hard sell trying to get me to stay. Gave me a bad taste in my mouth. I am almost at my 14 day cutoff and they have received the router back. (Delivery confirmation) But they haven't contacted me back yet. I told them in my many emails that I was concerned about the short return time period. The last contact I had with them I would promote their service IF they give me a refund. Time will tell.
David
David 11 օր առաջ
UPDATE!!! I am very pleased to say that I just received two Emails from Nomad today. They not only refunded my initial startup plus first month but gave me a refund for the second monthly charge for internet. I haven't received the monies in my bank yet, but I am confident they will follow through. Way to go Nomad. I am sure they are a good service but it just wasn't from my situation. I would recommend this company........ Thank you Living Traditions for giving me a platform to give my review of NOMAD.
Jim Zim
Jim Zim 20 օր առաջ
You'll laugh about your crappy 2021 Internet service a few years from now when EVERYONE out in rural areas will be using Starlink Internet... a hugely superior solution to what you're using now.
Stewart Edwards
Stewart Edwards 13 օր առաջ
@Sally I preordered mine also hope mid year I have Starlink
Buck Burnette
Buck Burnette 15 օր առաջ
Who in the hell wants to wit a few years from NOW???.
Sally
Sally 19 օր առաջ
I just ordered mine in a rural area!
SubjectDelta9
SubjectDelta9 20 օր առաջ
GREAT VIDEO!!! Thank you so very much for your Honest and Direct Information. I am also a Planner and in the process of gathering information and learning what potentially will work Best for me in the Future. Subscribed for sure. With appreciation for your Time and Work. THANK YOU!!!
Richard Rice
Richard Rice 20 օր առաջ
Back in 2013, I got hughes net installed, and I kept going over the limit...when I downloaded most my stuff supposedly during the "free time". I unplugged my computer, internet box and router overnight one night and they logged 300 MB of usage. I cancelled that crap fast and had them take the equipment back
Exploring Gods Creations
Exploring Gods Creations 20 օր առաջ
One of the reasons i love watching your videos is that you are close to me. We live less than 3 hours from you and we are planning on moving close to you. We also want to start our own homestead. Just love your channel!
Geo DeGroot
Geo DeGroot 21 օր առաջ
We signed up with Hughes, based on the same promises that you've heard. It is the worst connection imaginable. I've had them in 2000, and they have not improved a bit in 20 years! Thanks for the informative video, as usual!
Rick Williams
Rick Williams 21 օր առաջ
Hughesnet wasn't worth a damn in the late 80s and they're still not worth a damn today.
Chris Schroeder
Chris Schroeder 21 օր առաջ
I'm a former Viasat internet technician. Here's the scoop and something to be aware of with these folks who are being paid to promote a service. Nomad is based on T-Mobile's network so if your area isn't served well by their 4G LTE or upcoming 5G services with compatible devices, you'll get terrible internet. For rural areas: this is likely the case as most cell providers don't cover rural areas effectively. They also cost $130 a month minimum AND users are reporting a jump to $180 a month after the promotional period - that's expensive! And those unlimited numbers are misleading - what these folks aren't telling you is there is a throttling mechanism after so many GBs of data are consumed. You won't pay more for using more but your speeds will be cut down to maybe 1 Mbps instead of the 10-20 Mbps you'd normally get in GOOD coverage areas. You need to know these details because they make a huge difference. They may say unlimited, no-cap or throttled data, but the fine print says otherwise. Something like "no throttling for our standard users, heavier use may affect network speeds and may be reduced as the result for the duration of the month after X amount of data is used". Another review online showed that the best-case speeds were ~25 Mbps with Nomad, which is acceptable for streaming for 1-2 devices max at good quality. Perhaps you'll never hit a threshold but it's important to know that there are serious bottlenecks on these services and the "as good as advertised" performance is only possible in the peak coverage spots, nowhere else. Just like your cell phone data speeds, results vary significantly depending on where you are when using the service. Hughes Net is awful 100% of the time. They've overburdened their satellites and are unable to launch a new satellite for at least another year, or two, or three... I haven't seen confirmations of a next generation system. There's Viasat, which is Hughes Net's direct competition. Viasat is far from perfect BUT they're a way better option than Hughes Net for future consideration AND have a major network overhaul coming very soon. Viasat 1 and 2 systems cap out at as much as 100 Mbps but they have longer latencies which make the internet feel sluggish. That being said, during non-congested times, Viasat delivers most of their advertised speeds as long as your satellite isn't blocked by objects and a pandemic isn't getting everyone online at the exact same time (won't be the case perhaps ever again). Viasat is launching their Viasat 3 system in 2021 - probably before summer 2021 last I heard, and that is a multi-satellite system that can potentially offer Gigabit speeds with less latency and higher data caps or unlimited data (not the case with Nomad or existing Hughes or Viasat systems). Viasat also has their 4th gen system in the works for 2024 which is a 16-satellite system that will do Gigabit worldwide (or across much of the world) with even lower latencies for those of you that are into playing Call of Duty on Xbox Live or wherever you're playing online games. Viasat is one of the most promising solutions in rural areas, period. They'll outperform Nomad hands-down with their 3rd generation system. Lastly, there's the up-and-coming SpaceX company Starlink which has 10,000 customers in beta right now and hoping to launch for all of North America in 2021/2022 and is currently delivering low-latency internet for ~$90-$100 a month with speeds exceeding 100 Mbps download and about 15-20 Mbps upload (which is pretty good for satellite). Starlink is by-far the best option in the near-future plans and a bit more cost-conscious and is aggressively expanding their network and should be able to radically revolutionize rural internet but they just need to add to their already 10,000 satellites launched in orbit. Starlink is planning to offer Gigabit speeds but realistically that won't be until mid 2022 because of their current launch speed of new satellites which is critical to reaching the speeds they are promising to the number of people they want to get internet to. If you're moving to a rural area, there's a lot to look forward to internet-wise, but while Nomad and others like it offer something decent (T-Mobile is also building a dedicated ISP front with 50 Mbps home internet) it's not quite as good as advertised. Is the service good? Absolutely... if you're in a well-covered area. If you live in a poorly-covered area, your experience will be significantly deteriorated and you need to take that into consideration. I hope this rundown is helpful. I spent 15 months installing and learning these systems and understanding the strengths and drawbacks. Starlink and Viasat are the 2 companies I'd be keeping an eye on in rural areas because of the stability of their network and the clear roadmap for the near-future where streaming video and standard internet use will be more than doable on their services launching in 2021. What's even better is the viability of their next gen systems or expansions which will only improve the service. For Nomad, that's not the case. They'll be limited to available bandwidth that their partners offer them, which is not a lot, so while it might get better, your realistic cap is going to be probably more like 80-100 Mbps download in the best coverage areas with potentially-better data usage plans. JUST BECUASE IT SAYS UNLIMITED DOESN'T MEAN UNLIMITED HIGH SPEED. EVERY ISP IN THIS SPACE MISLEADS THEIR CUSTOMERS, EVEN THE ONES I WORKED WITH!
Irishman1776
Irishman1776 10 օր առաջ
Thanks for the info.
Jonathan Wilkins
Jonathan Wilkins 21 օր առաջ
Mount the cell antenna in front of an old DirecTV dish and aim it to the cell site, your signal should jump dramatically.
tammy meek
tammy meek 21 օր առաջ
So it came up blue plan for me. Does anyone have it
It's common Sense
It's common Sense 21 օր առաջ
Been trying to get internet for 6 months. I will NOT get Hughes net. So watching to here what you're recommending
It's common Sense
It's common Sense 21 օր առաջ
@Chris Schroeder for my area viasat service is as bad as, and cost as much as Hughes net. But I'll definitely contact viasat if they're upgrading. It's been awful with schooling at home (Covid) for my kids and no internet , they've basically lost an entire year now.
Chris Schroeder
Chris Schroeder 21 օր առաջ
The service is OK, not awesome, and has little room for growth in the near-future. Maybe this will be a great service in 5 years. Also, important to note that my comments keep getting deleted by these folks because I'm calling out some of the issues with the service and reporting other reviews that aren't paid by Nomad to promote. That's a huge red flag in terms of legitimacy and should be noted here. There are other services that are going to be better in 2021 and flat-out cheaper. If you like paying nearly $200 a month for internet after the promo ends, get Nomad. Otherwise I'd recommend Starlink or Viasat once their Viasat-3 system launches this year. Much more reliable.
Donni Hatcher
Donni Hatcher 22 օր առաջ
I told my husband I wouldn't move out here unless I had phone and internet! Well, we did get internet fine but my new house blocks Verizon! I have to use wifi to call. Then we had to replace a culvert in our only access to the property and they cut the line! So no phone or internet for a week! And I work from home. The price we pay for living in paradise!
Richvg
Richvg 22 օր առաջ
I’ve been using ATT Wireless Home internet for my rural home for the last 15 months. It works similar to Nomad but is only $50 per month for 500 gigabytes per month.They install an antenna on your roof aimed at a cell tower and feed that to a wireless router in your house. I get 50 megabyte downloads and 20 megabyte uploads.
Victoria Elledge
Victoria Elledge 23 օր առաջ
HughesNet was the worst ever and was their integrity. I get better with my AT&T service withe the data share 100 GM data and 30 GB hotspot.
Javier Blazquez
Javier Blazquez 23 օր առաջ
You live in the rural area? What plan on you on?
virginia allison peck
virginia allison peck 23 օր առաջ
It’s very hard to get internet in rural areas...🥺😢😤
Pamela Smith
Pamela Smith 23 օր առաջ
No mad internet
320 Homestead
320 Homestead 23 օր առաջ
My suggestion is to check out the BBB website on this company. TERRIBLE TERRIBLE ratings. You can't get a human on the phone to ask questions and customer service is AWFUL! Go read the reviews folks. They are out of New Braunfels Texas and we are in Texas. They constantly try to sell us a service that we KNOW won't work where we are. Go read the reviews. This is not a good company.
Clifford Williams
Clifford Williams 23 օր առաջ
One word, Starlink. Starlink destroys Nomad. Do yourself a favor, do a AM-posts search for Starlink. I promise, you won’t regret it!
Jerry Brantley
Jerry Brantley 24 օր առաջ
Lol century link told me for $24000.00 they would run a new line.
Selim Mustafa
Selim Mustafa 24 օր առաջ
I think this 2 work for nomad , they are trying to fix there tarnish from the hit they get from bad reviews
Delete This
Delete This 24 օր առաջ
this is great news but this only means that Biden will not stand for it . it will be taxed to death . .
JS Hauer
JS Hauer 24 օր առաջ
I appreciate your story, Thanks for sharing! I also live in the country (west coast) Same problem. We have satellite internet (hughes net) and last month the bill was over $500 a month. Same for the last 3 months. They are the worst. We are 3 college students and this is breaking us!
heroblue93
heroblue93 24 օր առաջ
Should check out starlink see if your eligible for the beta test. Its cheaper and faster a d better overall
Chris Schroeder
Chris Schroeder 21 օր առաջ
That's what I said, but my comment initially got deleted. Put another one up comparing the options because this is a paid advertisement (presumably by Nomad) so it's not a reliable review. I'm a former internet tech for rural areas and I'm leagues beyond these folks in terms of what is real and what is good for areas. I worked in some of the most challenging parts of North America for internet and was one of the best technicians in the western USA for my company (Viasat) during my time there. Starlink is the future, Viasat has a good roadmap for the future too. I recommend either of those if they're available as Nomad is VERY VERY expensive at $180/mo for service once the promo ends (other users are calling this out as a huge misleading cost by Nomad and performance varies considerably).
Dayne Cox
Dayne Cox 24 օր առաջ
Hello, Space/X has been putting 100's of saterlight up there in space check them out, then you know it can be yes or no. Anyway, I hope you are all good and safe. It Will not be long now all that hard work is coming your way so relax for the next couple of days.
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KR33P1NG D34TH PCPS4 25 օր առաջ
HOLY CRAP!!! 129.00 Amonth thats over priced i only pay 65.00 with Windstream
carlos soto
carlos soto 25 օր առաջ
Are you nuts? 50 megabits per second? You got to be nuts. I would never give up my gigabit internet for what you have your crazy
Chris Schroeder
Chris Schroeder 21 օր առաջ
They aren't reliably getting 50 Mbps unless they're next to the tower. That's a fact - T-Mobile's network, which powers Nomad, can't deliver more than that without 5G and this system is 4G LTE. They're not being up-to-snuff and promoting a best-case scenario with zero problems. This is not real and they got paid to do this video by Nomad.
Greg Luckett
Greg Luckett 25 օր առաջ
Have you looked at Starlink yet?
Jc Nordstrom
Jc Nordstrom 25 օր առաջ
Same internet here in country of Central Virginia and internet is bogged down
Travis Frost
Travis Frost 25 օր առաջ
my dad had hughes, it was fine at first.. then its ridiculous.. slowest speeds ever and horrible latency,
Jimmycrackcorn AndIdontcare
Jimmycrackcorn AndIdontcare 25 օր առաջ
This video really hits home ! This very thing happened to me very recently...
Spyder Web
Spyder Web 20 օր առաջ
The state of our internet locally, and rural communities is bad. I know places in other countries, that are better.
Doug McClelland
Doug McClelland 26 օր առաջ
It is tragically interesting for me as a telecom engineer how a lot of people go thru this long route to find the WISP (Wireless Internet Service Provider ) in the rural parts of america. I could be a zillionaire, if I could get a commission for every WISP connection I have setup or found for my friends out in the country. It seems that WISP companies are very bad at advertising
jws1948ja
jws1948ja 26 օր առաջ
I truly enjoy looking at your videos. I am o glad you solved your problem.
Roy Pase
Roy Pase 26 օր առաջ
Do you have to purchase routers from an ISP or can your purchase compatible ones online?
InkyAk86
InkyAk86 26 օր առաջ
If you were basing your business success on the internet, that should of been your first question and prove it.when i was looking for my home way up north of the bridge in Mi, internet was my 1st question, turned down some nice homes because it wasn't available or they couldn't prove they had it. Always the first question, realtor thought i was nuts when i first told him, no internet, not buying lol
joakim stark
joakim stark 26 օր առաջ
Starlink...
Kristy Bishop
Kristy Bishop 26 օր առաջ
We just moved to SW Missouri and unfortunately this area is all AT&T and I still have Verizon so our service is sketchy at best. This is amazing! I'm looking to be getting my camper trailer down here and the place we're looking to put it is in the country so this would be perfect!!! Thank You so very much for sharing this!!!!
MrBillpops
MrBillpops 26 օր առաջ
Sorry to hear of all your troubles. RV'ers have been using Nomad for some time. Similar to homesteaders except they are Traveling all over the US from camp grounds to BLM Lands & National Parks & National Forests. If you only knew of their You tube channel could have saved you all that $ and stress & heart ake. Then there are repeaters you can get to link deer cameras to watch perimeter or entrance gate to property or out buildings like up to 5miles yikes. Your own private LAN. Happy researching. Think Out of the box. Peace
TJ Flashbang
TJ Flashbang 26 օր առաջ
How did you get out of the hugh’s Net..did you pay those pricks ?
TJ Flashbang
TJ Flashbang 26 օր առաջ
Companies should let you “ Test Drive “ Their Products Before you Sign a contract. They all Lie about how great they are..
Thomas Brown
Thomas Brown 26 օր առաջ
Can you get WiFi
Sandra C
Sandra C 26 օր առաջ
Thank you!
Mickey
Mickey 26 օր առաջ
Would this service work in Canada?
Kevin Patmore
Kevin Patmore 26 օր առաջ
When we moved to a farm, our joke was welcome to Dial-up and propane. That's were we started in 2006. We have moved through dial-up, then satellite, and have been using our phones as hotspots for several years. We are now looking at some of the new T-Mobile 5G Gateway. There is also Starlink from SpaceX that is not too far off either.
Wurlaby Scott
Wurlaby Scott 27 օր առաջ
Hum, Nomad is using 4g/LTE. Those speeds will be affected by how many users are on and going voice will take priority. But I am looking into Nomad. Thanks
CAkinCAkin
CAkinCAkin 27 օր առաջ
Thank you. You’re story is mine also. When mounting the external antennas I assume you brought the signal into the house with coaxial cable and that you needed a booster or interior antenna also.
John Curry
John Curry 27 օր առաջ
Great video. Would you explain why you put up two Directional Antennas and not just one? Seems odd especially since they are pointed at the same tower. Does the Nomad router have two inputs? Will it bind the two connections? Thanks
Diane Desormier
Diane Desormier 27 օր առաջ
Thankyou for this info...we are looking at properties in Missouri as well and in the southeastern area too. This is very helpful.
Jim Pie
Jim Pie 27 օր առաջ
Thanks....Jim
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