Dataplan

Not necessarily. Your cell phone may work by a different carrier than the pocket wifi, so they are not connecting to the same antenna. On the other hand, cell phones connect to mobile voice networks that have better coverage than data networks, especially in rural areas. For this reason, in some...
Standard dataplans have a fixed monthly price, this means the telephone operator has greater interest in limiting “exaggerated” network usage of specific users, and reduces the connection speed if the consumption surpasses a specific daily or monthly limit, or in case of a specific...
Our mission is to ensure that your experience with our service is uncompromising. However, sometimes the service could not function at 100%, due to lack of coverage, network congestion, and so on... These things are generally completely outside of our control, and happen without warning. ...
WiTourist works throughout Italy using the infrastructure of the largest Italian mobile telephone operator to guarantee superior coverage when using your smartphone, tablet and laptop. As of September 2016, coverage percentages per Italian population are: 3G UMTS 98.6%, 3G HSPA 97.2%, 3G HSPA+ 74....
Telephone operators indicate the max speed available on their infrastructures, but it is not the real average speed.For reasons related to normal network congestion, the real average speed in Italy is about 5-6 Mbps for 3G standard, and about 15-20 Mbps for 4G standard. Those are average values for...
Any antenna in the telephone operator network serves a portion of the territory (cell).  The antenna’s traffic capacity (bandwidth) is shared between all of the devices connected in that specific cell.  For this reason, the higher number of devices connected, the lower the bandwidth...
The pocket wifi does not enable regular voice calls and SMS via cellular networks, however it does allow VoIP calls and messaging via WhatsApp, Skype, Viber, etc.
Unless you’re close to land (at least some kilometers) the device will not work. Pocket WIFi devices need to pick up a land-based signal to connect to the internet. Please note that if your cruise advertises WiFi connectivity on board, it’s satellite-based.