RS2+ Sim Card

So after lots of research and getting told to get lost by Verizon I finally found a decent solution for a sim card.

The Eiot Club prepaid sim cards work on all 3 networks (AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon) and are not tied to the device. You can take the sim card out and put it in something else if you need it. There aren’t any unlimited plans, but their plans are reasonable. I just paid $130 for 24 GB of data for a year. I doubt I will use all of that, but if I do I can always just buy more and incorporate the costs into my budget.

I have been testing it for about a week now in various places and it works great! I have not had any issues yet. The only weird thing is, if you turn on the mobile hot spot on the RS2+ and connect your phone, if you open a web browswer while connected everthing seems to be going through Taiwan. Not a big deal I guess, just don’t use the hotspot unless you absolutely have to. You will save data with it turned off anyway.


Ryan, "The MAN, The Myth, The Legend! Thank you so much for the info! I just spent the last week going to Big V, T, and A. This experience has been very testing to say the least. One tech broke the tab that holds the sim card in place. I feel like I’ve searching for the holy grail. So I do have some questions regarding setup. Which card did you get? How do you activate the card? And where are the tech data for the sim card located so you can load it into Emlid flow to get the sim card running on the Reach? Thank you once again for solving this mystery into the tech unknown.