# Is Verizon Home Fusion the solution?

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#### COMer

##### Well-known member
I've been talking to our local Verizon office and getting information about their Home Fusion services.  I'm curious if anybody is using it and if it works the way they claim.

Apparently, you buy a selected monthly data allowance (10G, 20G or 30G) and then use your various phones, laptops, streaming devices and pads.  They all draw from your data bank along with anything else you can think of to connect to the Internet.  The service uses their 4GLTE service and it is pretty fast.  We live in a small town in rural PA and the service is available to us.

When you travel, you use a box they provide and continue to connect all your devices to their towers and it all comes out of the data package you own.  What I was told is that they install it in your home and wire the whole house.  They test it first when they get there to make sure it receives the way they say it should.

Is this an alternative to figuring out how to have all my equipment on-line and be able to stream movies from Netflix?  It seems like 10G or certainly 20G would be more than adequate, especially if you stream your movies in regular definition.

##### Well-known member
Verizon told me I used 6 gigs of data just streaming one football game!  It was about 3 1/2 - 4 hours of viewing pleasure for a mere $60. NFL mobile is free, but the data charges aren't, so that's how they make their money off of it. They charge me$10 a gig, so unless I'm on a wifi network, I no longer stream video.

#### Gary RV_Wizard

##### Site Team
Sounds like a Myfi Jetpack to me!