Spartan Us cellular 4g

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  • John Lockburner

    Is your camera model a US Cellular camera? Also, spypoint and tactacam don't have US Cellular camera models.

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  • Justin Mcleod

    Yes it is a us cellular, i have 4 other spartan cameras all att. Didnt realize these where not the same until i tried to activate them. 

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  • Justin Mcleod

    Spypoint Link-Micro U.S Cellular

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    The LINK-MICRO from SPYPOINT is the easiest-to-use, most affordable, and smallest cellular trail camera available on the market.

     
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  • Elizabeth Swoope

    As far as I know, Spartan is the only company that has cameras specifically for US Cellular. Other camera companies support AT&T and/or Verizon. The LINK-MICRO will be one or the other of those major carriers, not US Cellular.

    Any camera will be able to send to your US Cellular phone (if that’s what you have). 

    Tactacam and SpyPoint don’t have US Cellular models. In FL, they are using either AT&T or Verizon. 

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  • Justin Mcleod

    Ok well I’m not gonna debate any of that because whatever they are using it works where I’m located. What can be done with my new Spartans if anything? Palm coast Florida

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  • Elizabeth Swoope

    SpyPoint and Tactacam are using AT&T or Verizon in FL, not US Cellular. 

    US Cellular devices can work in Florida IF they are activated in a "native" US Cellular coverage area but any working US Cellular devices working in FL are using roaming/extended service there. If you don't believe me, just look at the US Cellular coverage map. 

    (I ran a 3G US Cellular camera in Mississippi until it died a few months ago. I am running a 4G US Cellular camera in Louisiana but it does not get signal at our camp in Mississippi. It's on someone else's US Cellular plan. I haven't figured out what network it's roaming on, but it's not on AT&T or Verizon at our camp because my cameras for those carriers get signal. It may be running on CSpire, but I have no way of knowing.)

    You can only activate a US Cellular camera where there is actual US Cellular service, not roaming/extended. In order to activate your camera, you would have to travel to a place where US Cellular offers coverage. You also have to have a US Cellular account because you have to pay US Cellular for data. 

    Spartan only offers data plans for AT&T and Verizon. 

    How did you end up with US Cellular cameras? Is there any way that you can swap them for either Verizon or AT&T models?

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  • Justin Mcleod

    Again I’m not debating how anyone else’s cameras are working or not working, I wanna know how to get these cameras that I have to work. The map us cellular provides is questionable at best. I was hoping it was as simple as getting a spartan SIM card and buying data from you guys, however it doesn’t seem that way. I’ll contact Kyle Wei tomorrow he always seems to have an answer.

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  • Elizabeth Swoope

    Please let us know if Kyle's answer is different. All I know is that Spartan only sells data plans for AT&T and Verizon, not US Cellular.

    How did you end up with US Cellular cameras when you aren't in a US Cellular area?

    The map for US Cellular quite clearly shows that Florida is extended network coverage.

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