First off, let me explain, I'm completely new to the Raspberry world and Linux commands. Heck, I haven't even bought a Raspberry yet. (very green) I'm into coding web applications (Java, PHP, HTML), so I'm pretty sure I'll be fine with the technical side of things, if explained to me. I'm just not a code junkie.
I'm getting fed up paying my cable company $170 a month for TV and internet. A friend at work mentioned the Raspberry Pi running Kodi as a way to cut the cable cord, so to speak.
I use Verizon wireless as my cell phone carrier and I have their unlimited data plan ( paid through work :-} ). I am currently using the Moto Z2 Play. I get a great 4G signal at my house.
So, I started wondering if I could drop both internet and TV and just use the hotpost on my phone to fulfill all the media needs.
So, before I invest in a Raspberry Pi, I'd like to know if anyone here has connected their Raspberry Pi 3 B to their 4G cell data? If so, is it something you'd recommend quality wise?
Additionally, to connect to the hotspot would I just us the GUI OS or would it require command line? If command line is required could you share details?