After testing this LTE internet service, we gave Ladybug Wireless our vote for the best customer service. Service comes with a 7-day 100% full refund policy, and self-installation is easy and super quick. Pricing varies based on which data network you select (AT&T or T-Mobile) and how much data you’ll be using each month.
Ladybug Wireless is an easy to use LTE home internet service for rural areas that delivers a steady internet connection in areas with 3G and 4G coverage. It's portable and contract-free. You can use your own hotspot device or get the Ladybug Wireless setup. The plug-and-play modem/router that comes with the sign-up package comes with a full 100% refund within seven days of service activation.
If you prefer, you can also use your own equipment such as an unlocked mobile hotspot. There are a few caveats, like if you use a NETGEAR mobile hotspot, it’ll only work with an AT&T plan (even if the device is unlocked). But using your own equipment could save you a bit in sign-up costs, although your equipment may not deliver as strong a signal as the recommended equipment.
Unlike Verizon’s LTE Home Internet service (which is tied to your location), Ladybug Wireless is portable so you can take it with you while traveling or in an RV. This can be helpful for folks who travel frequently or who have cabins or vacation homes they visit throughout the year. As long as you are in an area with mobile coverage, your Ladybug Wireless connection will work.
Like many other 4G service providers, Ladybug Wireless requires customers to keep data usage within a moderate range. You can choose from a plan that gives you 300 GB of data per month or 750 GB per month. The average American household uses 344 GB of data per month, so unless you're a heavy internet user or you're trying to illegally share your connection with neighbors, Ladybug Wireless will feel like unlimited internet.