How to get unlimited Verizon hotspot data for $50 a month. Shh, it's a secret!
How would you like to score unlimited Verizon data from a Big Red hotspot for $50 a month? All you have to is join the Family Motor Coach Association, better known as the FMCA. This is a group of RV owners that gang up together to save money on RV insurance, campground costs, roadside assistance, tires and more. Among the "and more" part is a deal that the organization made with Verizon.
Sign up for the FMCA for a one-time charge of $50. Verizon then gives you a Novatel MiFi 7730L wireless hotspot for free, and allows you to access unlimited data via the hotspot for $50 each month. And because it is the FMCA billing you instead of Verizon, your invoice might not come with any of those unsightly extras that you might have seen on other carrier produced statements.
While you will receive unlimited data via the hotspot, once you reach 25GB of data usage for any given month, you will be "deprioritized." That means if there is a period when cell towers are congested with traffic, your data speeds are throttled. This might not occur often enough for you to worry about it.
Remember, this particular deal is not being advertised by Verizon and is a little secret over at Big Red. First step is to sign up for FMCA membership, which you can do by clicking on the sourcelink. Then you will need to contact Verizon and tell them that you want to subscribe to its FMCA wireless hotspot plan for $50 a month. And don't forget that this is a big secret!
source: FMCA via BGR