Moultrie wireless

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  1. Brooks23

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    Has anyone used them and what are the reviews so far


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    If you mean the modem, I have one and used it all year. I loved it, the service for a decent traffic area was like 20 bucks a month. It's great if you have a place you don't go to often or a place you want to leave alone. They work off the Verizon network so I checked the spot with my phone first.
     
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    Perfect thank you
     
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    Let me know if you have any more questions?
     
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    Can you add the moultrie to your Verizon account? I have two Spartan GoCams that are flawless and only cost me 5 bucks a month each to add to my account. I wonder if the Moultrie can do the same.
     
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    For the $20 how many pictures does that give you for a month? I have been curious on this set up since we have a couple Moultrie cameras that are compatible. Also, how is the battery life on it?
     
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    No, you pay moultrie directly .
     
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    I was getting close to 1500 pics a month but I didn't have it on bursts for pics. I was getting about 6 to 8 weeks on lithium batteries and they usually run about the same as the camera. You also can login to the camera and check the batteries and change settings without having to go go the camera. Pretty cool product.
     
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    Is 20 the cheapest plan they offer or what do the picture plans start at?
     
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    I believe 20 was the middle plan when I started it but looks like they have changed that up a little bit now. Plans
     

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