So I live off grid, and a good distance from the nearest phone line. This means my internet and phone service is 100% cellular. Now, I have two options in front of me, and I'm stuck on a decision. The first option, I can stick with my Apple setup (MBP 15", 6s Plus 128GB, Apple Watch), but my only option for Internet in this situation is with a data cap. I can get 12GB for $100/mo. This would be enough for me, but I'd need to be careful to avoid overages. The second option is a little trickier. I have an ATT 3G USB modem that has unlimited data on it. The catch? It only works with the software that's on the USB modem itself - which is Windows only. My thought is that I could sell the Apple setup and replace it with a nice, and likely cheaper Windows/Android setup. Likely a higher end Surface Pro or Dell XPS 13/15 and an S7 Edge. This would mean unlimited internet for the foreseeable future at $50/mo. For some extra info, both connections are roughly the same speed in my location (NW US). I've also considered bootcamping Windows on my MBP, but at that point I might as well switch to a Windows machine and pocket the cost difference. I also know I can use the iPhone in Windows, but I simply prefer android devices to go with Windows for ease of use (drag and drop syncing) without iTunes. Which would you go with under the circumstances?